Theatre Review: Brighton Rock (Birmingham REP)

Brighton Rock By Graham Greene Adapted by Bryony Lavery Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly Graham Greene's infamous novel comes to life on stage with Pilot Theatre's adaptation of...
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Theatre Review: 4.48 Psychosis (Lyric Hammersmith)

4.48 Psychosis Lyric Theatre By Sarah Kane, adapted by Philip Venables Directed by Ted Huffman Reviewer: Tom Baker The text of Sarah Kane’s final play does not specify setting,...

Theatre Review – Single Spies

Single Spies by Alan Bennett Presented by Chichester Festival Theatre & Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh Reviewer: Sam Chipman In his book Writing Home Bennett confesses that espionage interests...

Theatre Review – John Robertson: The Dark Room

John Robertson: The Dark Room Underbelly, Cowgate, Venue 61 (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) Written and Produced by: John Robertson Reviewer: Laura Shoebottom "You awake to find yourself in a...

Theatre Review: Stuff (Birmingham REP)

Stuff Devised by Janice Connolly and Michael Crouch Directed by Daniel Bailey Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly Hoarding is a subject we seem to know very little about,...
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Theatre Review: The Lady from the Sea (Donmar Warehouse)

The Lady from the Sea Donmar Warehouse by Henrik Ibsen, in a new version by Elinor Cook Directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah Reviewer: Tom Baker How long can the truth...

Review – People, Places and Things

People, Places and Things Headlong Theatre The Dorfman Theatre, Stage Door Avenue, London Written by: Duncan Macmillan Directed by: Jeremy Herrin Reviewer: Laura Shoebottom You know it's a winner when...

Theatre Review: Travesties (Apollo Theatre)

Travesties By Tom Stoppard Apollo Theatre Reviewer: Andy Millward Travesties is, typically for our greatest artistic import from the then Czechoslovakia via India, Sir Tom Stoppard (aka Tomáš Straussler), a dazzling achievement.  It...

Harry Potter and the Cronos Syndrome

The children of the 1990s, the entitled millennials, were quite a privileged generation, and among their many privileges, from being raised with the internet,...
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Theatre Review: The Twilight Zone (Almeida Theatre)

The Twilight Zone Almedia Theatre Based on stories by Rod Serling, Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson Adapted by Anne Washburn Directed by Richard Jones Reviewer: Tom Baker Put it down...