Performance & Physical

London International Mime Festival

Now in its 39th year, the festival celebrates dance,physical performance and acrobatics. Happening at venues across London from the 8th to the 31st January, the festival offers something for everyone!

John Lyttelton Theatre Autumn-Winter 2014

DV8 Physical Theatre is a company built on the not-always-compatible structural devices of verbatim theatre and dance. Neither is particularly effective in this current work, playing a short season at the National Theatre.

Manchester International Festival 2015

The Manchester International Festival returns in 2015 with shows such as Tree of Codes (a new contemporary ballet directed and choreographed by Wayne McGregor), The Age of Starlight and The Tale of Mr Tumble. It is the fifth edition of the festival fi

Burton - St James Theatre

This one man show presents the life of the great Welsh actor from his humble beginnings all the way to Hollywood. Rhodri Miles takes on the role of Burton fresh from a second successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014.

2071 review a lecture poised between the alarming and soporific

Royal Court, LondonKatie Mitchell directs this powerful riposte to all climate-change deniers. If only some drama had been injected into it too.

DV8: John, Interstellar, Peter Carey, Gold at Buckingham Palace, Puppy Love

Peter Carey's latest novel, Amnesia follows a disgraced Australian journalist hired to write the life story of a hacker activist who has raised the hackles of international governments because she wrote the code that unlocks prisons around the world. Care

DV8: John, Interstellar, Peter Carey, Gold at Buckingham Palace, Puppy Love

Peter Carey's latest novel, Amnesia follows a disgraced Australian journalist hired to write the life story of a hacker activist who has raised the hackles of international governments because she wrote the code that unlocks prisons around the world. Care

Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang - The Rose Theatre

Shakespeare's 154 sonnets are some of the most breathtaking, exquisite, yet succinct investigations into what it means to be human within the entire literary canon. The whole breadth of human experience is explored in these beautifully detailed and aching

2071, Royal Court Theatre, London – review

A quietly powerful ‘performance lecture’ on climate change that prizes cool facts over sensationalism.

John; Torobaka review

Lloyd Newson's tale of a man seeking love in a gay sauna is bleak but compassionate. And Akram Khan and Israel Galván square up with kathak and flamenco.