Interview: Jinkx Monsoon
We catch up with this amazing drag-artist-actor-singer-songwriter.
Theatre Review: Stardust @ Southwark Playhouse
A new piece of work by Miguel Hernando Torres Umba & Blackboard Theatre as part of the CASA Latin American Theatre Festival.
Theatre Review: Saint George and The Dragon @ National Theatre
For the political landscape we’re in, it’s far too lukewarm a sentiment to be impactful.
Theatre Review: And The Rest Of Me Floats @ Rose Lipman Building
Outbox Theatre's latest production adds little to the conversation of gender.
Theatre Review: Man to Man @ Wilton's Music Hall
A captivating performance from Maggie Bain.
Theatre Review: Thebes Land @ Arcola Theatre
This thoroughly calculated production has plenty of tricks up its sleeve
Theatre Review: An Injury @ Ovalhouse
It is encouraging to see that the boundaries of what we are able to present and discuss on stage are ever expanding.
Theatre Review: Thirty-Three @ Leicester Square Theatre
Instantly and unrelentingly engaging, Thirty-Three rests on the seemingly effortless portrayal of its stellar cast.
Theatre Review: Landmines @ Ovalhouse
Cringe-worthy in its lack of self-awareness.
Theatre Review: The Pulverised @ Arcola Theatre
In this case, I found myself leaving the theatre apathetic and in need of a paracetamol.
Theatre Review: The Lounge @ Soho Theatre
A is darkly comedic look at how our society tends to write our endings for us.
Theatre Review: Eurohouse @ Ovalhouse
The brilliance of this piece is its ability to hide how smart and calculated it is.
Theatre Review: Romeo & Juliet @ Greenwich Theatre
A production that behaves more like a read-through in drama class.
Theatre Review: Mazing @ The Place
In Vera Tussing’s new work, the idea of how we communicate as human beings in 2017 is brought to the forefront.
Theatre Review: Posh @ Pleasance Theatre
It appears that the running theme is some very valid choices, which weren't followed through as well as they could have been.
Theatre Review: Le Gateau Chocolat: Black @ Theatre Royal Stratford East
For only 60 minutes of your time, Black offers a much-needed escape brimming with laughter and humanity.