A brisk, bright, good-humoured account of Aphra Behn's comedy about Englishmen behaving appallingly abroad.
In Full Tilt's revival of Orestes: Re-Examined, the audience is brought forward as jury to judge the case of Orestes' matricide and its myriad ramifications.
If you find the questions raised in Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code intriguing, but you're dissatisfied with the lack of serious argumentation and trustworthy sources, see The Magdalene Mysteries.
London Bridge is a bit of theatrical Narnia. Discreet entrances, discoverable only by chance or by word of mouth, lead straight to the underground London of Neil Gaiman‘s Neverwhere – dark and improbably huge brick caverns and tunnels colonised, equally … Continued
The Moon The Moon is many overlapping things, but never feels like collage; its elements complement rather than contradict one another.