This zestfully filthy and vicious story of a destructive relationship makes Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? look sweet Playwright Vicky Jones's debut is unapologetically brazen. It hooks you in and knows you will watch fascinated, even as you want to scr
You may enter the Barbican a reasonably sane person, but there's a high chance you will leave dizzy with astonishment and disbelief at this strenuous and kitschy attempt to meld classical music with theatre.
Tobacco Factory, Bristol Andrew Hilton's production can't escape Shakespeare's flaws, but there is plenty to enjoy in its portrayal of love I must confess to a bit of a love-hate relationship with Shakespeare's pastoral comedy. I love the idea of it, bu
Greenwich theatre, London This one-man adaptation of a Saul Bellow story lacks the quiet comedy and messy human warmth of the novelist's work Saul Bellow wrote exquisite prose and memorable characters, many of whom address us directly. So why hasn't