What do we leave behind us when we die? Memories, music, old shoes… DNA?
Henrietta Lacks died in 1951 but her cells are still alive, growing in test tubes all over the world. But no-one bothered to tell the family. And now Deborah wants to meet her m
“Meta-theatrical” and “romp” are never words guaranteed to make my heart soar, even less so finding them on publicity material announcing a three-hour Jacobean comedy that was one of the toughest nights of my theatre-going career when I saw it pre
“My mother said/ I never should/ Play with the gypsies/ In the wood” goes the old song but lonely Sophie with no father and a mother who doesn’t give her much attention is fascinated by the people she sees living in their caravan in local woodland,
Lowry, Salford Chris Honer's production - his last as artistic director of the Library theatre - is entirely faithful to the spirit of Chekhov Anya Reiss 's adaptation of The Seagull, first seen at Southwark Playhouse in 2012 , updates the action to "
Viewers expecting Terrence McNally's popular musical version of The Full Monty will get a surprise as this is a new play written by Simon Beaufoy, who scripted the 1997 film about steelworkers struggling to overcome the pains of recession and the de-indus