A bold and brilliant alternative unravelling
In Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow’s Olivier Award-nominated musical, an energetic cast of Henry VIII’s wives whip through their own summaries
Airports, Adrenaline and Audiences United
You can’t describe Snow Patrol without superlatives and very large numbers. They’ve amassed 17 million global album sales, more than a billion streams, five UK platinum albums and
King’s Head Theatre presents Robert Chesley’s Jerker
“Prudery kills. Nobody ever died from being offended” - Robert Chesley “That encompasses not only the work that he did and what I should be honouring in Jerker, but also what
Fear, Flamingos and Fairytale Endings
Dean Atta rings in the morning after a drag show at Kings Place, “a bit on the comedown from it. You get a lot of adrenaline when you do drag performances,” says the spoken word poet,
The queering of history and more with Dickie Beau
I first encountered Dickie Beau when he brought Blackouts: Twilight of the Idols to Liverpool’s Unity Theatre in 2012. He depicted Judy Garland, lip-syncing to the saddening Judy Speaks!
A good old-fashioned dinner party
Following their staging of The Effect earlier this year, Ronin Theatre Productions return with Sam Holcroft’s Rules for Living. Like Lucy Prebble’s antidepressant drug trial play,
Intense and emotional
Louise Orwin’s vast and speculative exploration of the complexities behind sex, and more specifically, sex after sexual trauma, kept me thinking long after leaving Oxford's Burton Taylor
Human Story Theatre don’t just scratch the surface.
For Happy Even After, Human Story Theatre supplied an opening night unlike others I’ve been to, filling the Old Fire Station Crisis Café with the stalls of A2Dominion, Reducing the