Nick Payne's refreshingly simple three-story monologue takes us to a place none of us want to go Sometimes it's good to be reminded that theatre can be at its most effective and most layered when it employs simple storytelling. Nick Payne's monologue do
This superb tribute to the NHS takes place in the back of a moving ambulance with surprising and moving results A tribute to the NHS was at the centre of Danny Boyle's brilliant and brilliantly eccentric 2012 Olympic opening ceremony, a reminder of how,
BAC, London This show based on Agota Kristof's story strips away any sentimentality to present the diary of twins surviving war Forced Entertainment have seldom strayed away from performance and into theatre but when they do the result can be galvanising
A sprawling new drama at Hampstead theatre explores how the 1980s industrial dispute changed Britain When Beth Steel sent her play Wonderland to theatres for their consideration, one of them inquired whether she had seen Billy Elliot . Wonderland begins
Belarus Free Theatre has won admiration for its continued determination to oppose, imaginatively, the Belarus dictatorship, whatever the personal cost to some of the company's members, but also for a willingness to make connections.