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Review: Small War

The excitment, despair and futility of war are laid bare in...

Up For Something Entirely Different? Try Shunt

Describing The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face is quite a...

'People are quick to shut down conversations about masculinity'

Chris Goode's controversial one-man play Men in the Cities...

The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face, Greenwich Jetty, London

This typically unnerving experience from experimental theatre...

Phill Jupitus, Sara Pascoe, Jonathan Glazer on Lauren Bacall, Chef

John Wilson reports from the Edinburgh Fringe as he talks to...

Simon Callow in Juvenalia: a major misjudgment Edinburgh festival 2014 review

Callow's dinner-jacketed jog through the writings of the classical...

Review: Brazouka (Edinburgh Fringe)

This dance, physical theatre and circus story is "as interesting...

Edinburgh 2014 review: KlangHaus weirdly wonderful performance art

Staged in a former animal hospital, animation and illusion combine...

Review: Product (Edinburgh Fringe)

Mark Ravenhill's punchy Hollywood satire is revived starring...

Edinburgh Festival: The Generation of Z, Assembly George Square - theatre review

The undead run riot in this high-impact, site-specific piece from...

Review: Men in the Cities (Edinburgh Fringe)

Award-winning writer and performer Chris Goode's new solo show is...

Moby Dick Digested In Hackney Downs Leviathan

On a hot evening what could be finer than a trip out to sea?

The Anorak , The Hope Theatre, London

The horror of the 1989 Montreal massacre, in which Marc Lepine...

The Anorak, Hope Theatre: Review

On December 6th 1989, Marc Lepine entered the Ecole Polytechnic of...

One-man gardening play Old Herbaceous grows on audiences

The props include compost, the plot comes with gardening tips and...

Red Forest review aesthetic hand-wringing over the environment

Belarus Free Theatre has won admiration for its continued...

Deblozay

The LIFT brochure describes this performance by Marseilles-based...

REVIEW: FRAUKE REQUARDT AND DAVID ROSENBERG - THE ROOF - DOON STREET CARPARK

Bruce Lee’s saying “Man must constantly exceed his level” is a...

The Roof, Doon Street Car Park, National Theatre - theatre review

LIFT festival's free-running show falls flat on its face in a...

The Roof review video games brought acrobatically to life

Where do we draw the line between theatre and computer gaming? Is...

The Confessions of Gordon Brown, Ambassadors theatre, review

It’s dawn, and Gordon Brown is looking back over his career before...

The Roof review staged video game runs out of life

You're meant to feel like the hero running free and battling...

Clarence Darrow: 'Spacey's Prospero moment'

In his swansong at the Old Vic, Kevin Spacey plays US civil rights...

The Confessions of Gordon Brown, review: 'sympathy for the devil'

The Confessions of Gordon Brown at the Ambassadors Theatre is a...

The Confessions of Gordon Brown review reinforces myth of tragic figure

Ian Grieve captures the former leader's moral seriousness, but...

Clarence Darrow , Old Vic, London

Kevin Spacey, whose artistic directorship of the Old Vic comes to...

Clarence Darrow, Old Vic, theatre review: Kevin Spacey plays the perfect advocate

It's been three years since artistic director Kevin Spacey last...

Staging the Lift festival is a drama of visas, divas and hotel rooms

The London international festival of theatre draws great – and...

Clarence Darrow review - Kevin Spacey shines in barnstorming performance

What emerges clearly in this magnificent performance is the famed...

Clarence Darrow, Old Vic, review: 'Spacey is spellbinding'

Kevin Spacey's portrayal of the defence lawyer from the Scopes "...