Performance & Physical

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.

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.

Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, The Rose Playhouse

Is the Rose Playhouse London theatre’s best-kept secret? Or simply its worst-publicised? Either way, this gem of a space, tucked away behind the Globe in Bankside, needs and deserves a greater following. I

Horror Souk - Theatre Delicatessen, the Moor, Sheffield

This Halloween, a new kind of market is coming to The Moor: Horror Souk. On sale are not your normal goods and services. Here, in a cavernous long forgotten shopping complex, you can buy fear, frights and freak outs. Featuring 8 brand new pieces of imm

JOHN, National Theatre (Lyttelton), London

DV8’s dance theatre piece is agonised, lonely, beautiful – and somewhat earnest.

DV8's John, National Theatre, review: 'bravely confrontational'

When the spotlight is on John himself, the work is simply devastating in its impact and empathy, says Sarah Crompton.