October 29, 2015

After reading the reviews for Neil D'Souza's new play Coming Up, I was very surprised by the tidal wave of reviews that it received that suggested it was "alarmingly confusing"1. Although the play's interweaving narratives were complex, I can hardly...

October 9, 2015

How fitting that in the week after Vicky Featherstone claims "We haven’t seen a female Hamlet. People haven’t written those plays yet. And when they do write them... people don’t receive the play very positively"1, Mike Bartlett's Doctor Foster came to a spectacular he...

August 27, 2015

It's immediately clear why Sunny Afternoon took home the Olivier Award for Best New Musical, with its two lead characters winning Best Actor in a Musical and Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical - but I know I'm incredibly biased due to my adoration for The Kin...

May 23, 2015

In the programme for Carmen Disruption sits an article called 'Life of Solitude: A Loneliness Crisis is Looming', an article on how people are becoming increasingly disconnected and unhappy with their isolation.  The play is an exploration of this crisis, a series of m...

May 6, 2015

After attending the British Theatre Consortium's conference discussing the success of theatre since the cuts in Arts Council funding, there were a few ideas discussed that really resonated. The conference covered many topics regarding the current theatrical landscape,...

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