February 18, 2019

This immersive production telling the story of a real life couple whom met in the terrifying Kiev uprising in 2014 baffles just as much as it entertains. Although this is understandable, as you'd imagine getting caught up in an uprising would be fairly confusing, the n...

November 14, 2018

Geoffrey Williams’ new play recounts Primo Levi, the renowned Italian Jewish chemist, writer, and holocaust survivor, as he struggles to finish his final book before his death in 1987. Holed up in his dark office, Levi struggles to fight off haunting hallucinations, wh...

October 22, 2018

Chickenshed's production is admirable, as they have taken Stevenson's text and

created a sung through musical, with its main focus seeming to be to captivate a teenage audience. This makes for engaging viewing, as the production is chronologically re-ordered with a lot...

October 13, 2018

The Natural History Museum is on to something with this foray into theatre, as the Jerwood Gallery is a beautiful setting for Charles Darwin's journey of a lifetime on the HMS Beagle. However, it feels as if the production is set so firmly as a school educational piece...

April 21, 2017

This is only the second time I have watched an NTLive screening, and this was the perfect production for screening. Much of the humour could only be truly enjoyed by seeing facial expressions, which would have been difficult unless you are willing to spend £90 a ticket...

September 8, 2016

It always feels unusual to be leaving a theatre having loved and disliked a play at the same time. After watching the performance and researching the original 2014 production, I can only pinpoint this to the fact the current production has suffered due to its reconstru...

August 11, 2015

With a set and concept this beautiful, it was almost impossible to live up to my expectations.  The concept is almost inperceptable - The play lives within the belief of the quantum multiverse theory - creating and re-creating the infinite possibilities of a relationsh...

March 31, 2015

Ivo van Hove's reinvention of A View from the Bridge opened to rave reviews at the Young Vic and the Wyndham, with Mark Strong deserving of every accolade thrown at him. Although many of the intense, emotionally transcendant aspects of the play have been exposed,...

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