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Emily Wood
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To mark 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England.

Penguin Pride comes to Proud Galleries this July, and you can get discounted tickets

To mark 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England.

An adaptation of death penalty investigator Rene Denfeld’s award-winning novel.

Theatre Review: The Enchanted @ The Bunker

An adaptation of death penalty investigator Rene Denfeld’s award-winning novel.

The laborious plot doesn’t thicken, but thinly spreads along the two and a half hour running time.

Theatre Review: Common @ The National Theatre

The laborious plot doesn’t thicken, but thinly spreads along the two and a half hour running time.

'Some kick ass tunes and girls going mental in a funny and poignant story about growing up and finding yourself.'

We spoke to actress Frances Mayli McCann about the riotous show Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

'Some kick ass tunes and girls going mental in a funny and poignant story about growing up and finding yourself.'

Audiences are invited to attend a self-help group for those addicted to pornography.

Meet Christopher Green, the Olivier-award winning playwright exploring porn obsession

Audiences are invited to attend a self-help group for those addicted to pornography.

The play comments on serious issues of the digital age and it’s a play of such relevance that it should be viewed by many.

Theatre Review: Blush @ Soho Theatre

The play comments on serious issues of the digital age and it’s a play of such relevance that it should be viewed by many.

Adam Scott-Rowley is slick. The clarity of performance is something to be in awe of.

Theatre Review: This Is Not Culturally Significant. @ The Bunker

Adam Scott-Rowley is slick. The clarity of performance is something to be in awe of.

In spite of the horrifically long title, the play itself is a mere 70 minutes, and it's 70 minutes of absolute joy.

Theatre Review: Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd. @ Trafalgar Studio 2

In spite of the horrifically long title, the play itself is a mere 70 minutes, and it's 70 minutes of absolute joy.

Despite a strong ensemble and an impressive design, Salomé failed to deliver on plot and substance.

Theatre Review: Salomé @ The National Theatre

Despite a strong ensemble and an impressive design, Salomé failed to deliver on plot and substance.

Her images show women with disabilities, stretchmarks, pubic hair; women of different races and even women masturbating.

Meet the Instagram illustrator encouraging women to show off their bodies

Her images show women with disabilities, stretchmarks, pubic hair; women of different races and even women masturbating.

I caught up with writer, director and performer Adam Scott-Rowley to find out more about this darkly comic production.

Talking psychology, nudity and confrontation with Adam Scott-Rowley

I caught up with writer, director and performer Adam Scott-Rowley to find out more about this darkly comic production.

To celebrate The Watermill Theatre’s 50th anniversary, Paul Hart’s Romeo + Juliet will be performed in repertoire alongside a brand new production of Twelfth Night.

Meet the director combining indie rock and post-modern jukebox with Shakespeare

To celebrate The Watermill Theatre’s 50th anniversary, Paul Hart’s Romeo + Juliet will be performed in repertoire alongside a brand new production of Twelfth Night.

Half the cast don’t perform with any vigour, belief, understanding or commitment.

Theatre Review: The Philanthropist @ Trafalgar Studios

Half the cast don’t perform with any vigour, belief, understanding or commitment.

Taking the decision to persue acting is becoming a little more than a fantasy for actors from a working class background.

Damian Lewis is another example of someone privileged not realising just how privileged they are

Taking the decision to persue acting is becoming a little more than a fantasy for actors from a working class background.

The bizarre, unexplained world in which they inhabit seems so far from our own that the emotion is hard to engage with.

Theatre Review: Threads @ The Hope Theatre

The bizarre, unexplained world in which they inhabit seems so far from our own that the emotion is hard to engage with.

Exploring racism, globalisation, multi-nationalism and injustice, The Changing Face Collective is a theatre company on a mission.

Meet the director changing the face of theatre in the UK

Exploring racism, globalisation, multi-nationalism and injustice, The Changing Face Collective is a theatre company on a mission.

From the writing, to the cast, to super cheap tickets - you absolutely have to go!

8 reasons why Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is the play you need to see this spring

From the writing, to the cast, to super cheap tickets - you absolutely have to go!

'It’s tough - but I wouldn’t have it any other way.'

We spoke to Olivier-nominated Charlie Stemp about his journey to West End stardom

'It’s tough - but I wouldn’t have it any other way.'

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