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Performance & Physical

Dear Scotland, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, review

The National Theatre of Scotland addresses national identity with a delightfully diverse series of monologues, says Mark Brown.

Summer Sessions - The Roundhouse

Every day this summer, we’ll be playing host to an incredible series of live music, comedy, dance, spoken word, live cinema and more. An eclectic line-up of shows will be presented in a special intimate, table-seated setting. Highlights include a liv

Othello - Frantic Assembly - UK Tour

Frantic Assembly return with this electrifying take on Shakespeare’s thriller-tragedy of paranoia, jealousy, sex and murder. This is a mating ground. There’s tension around the pool table, cues in hand. A world of broken glass and beatings in the

Captain Amazing - Soho Theatre

This Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 sell-out hit is a funny and poignant one man show that thrusts us into the life of Britain’s only part-time superhero. Struggling to balance his family responsibilities and more conventional job, with defeating sup

BMW Tate Live: Spatial Confessions (On the question of instituting the public) - Tate Modern

Spatial Confessions (On the question of instituting the public) is a four-day programme that examines publicness in places exhibiting contemporary art. The programme is comprised of a series of choreographic experiments staged within the unique public

RAW: Revolution - CLF Art Cafe, Bussey Building

This festival presents 30 artists of different nationalities, ages and practices all under one roof, giving them a chance to show off what they do best. Featuring fashion shows, a pop up art gallery, performances, live music and a film screening room

Kes - Sheffield Crucible

Barry Hines’ celebrated story, A Kestrel for A Knave, is reimagined in this theatrical dance adaptation. Billy Casper, isolated at home and school, is shaped by two contrasting worlds: an industrial, working class Barnsley and the natural landscape t

Oh My Sweet Land - Young Vic Theatre

They came from Damascus, from Halab, from Banias where the bombs fall day and night and the wounded children look like sleeping angels. Now they live in camps and abandoned buildings in Lebanon or Jordan. Now Syria is just a distant memory, a home forever

Pulse Festival 2014

Ten days of new, inspiring theatre to fill your brain, bust your belly, shake your faith, and soothe your soul. Put down your laptop, turn off your telly, and let those box-sets gather some dust.

The Animals & Children Took to the Streets - Lyttelton Theatre, National Theatre

Welcome to the Bayou, a part of the city feared and loathed, wherein lies the infamous Bayou Mansions: a stinking sprawling tenement block, where curtain-twitchers and peeping-toms live side by side, and the wolf... is always at the door. When Agnes Ea