Missing is haunting physical theatre from Gecko. It aches of moments you’ve sat with a partner, each knowing it’s broken and unable to grasp why. Together but distant they smile through. Until, they can’t.
Namaste. Trust me. Nothing ever changes. No cambia nada. Nunca. I try to change the way the system […]
I went to This Beautiful Future knowing it would be incredible. I just didn’t quite know why. So here it is…
The most problematic stuff about this little play was the white saviour narrative. Literally the whole story was just this reallllllllly minted guy trying to “fundamentally change the culture” of the USA by hosting little chit chats at the locations of mass shootings.
Well everyone already said it. But here I am. Here to say it all again.
Billie Piper is OUTSTANDING. Like. Beyond words incredible.
Road is a play loaded with despair and ecstasy. Brimming with disco and ballet and country and soul, it transcends its opening character profiles and monologues to become a slaying inditement of the pressures of life under conservatism and a celebration of the release the era’s music brings.
Are you happy? This play asks. Once from the precocious voice of a young girl at her birthday party. But it’s implicit continually. Are you happy? Are you happy? Are you happy?
Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill puts together two things in Late Company that should never mix: dinner parties and grief.
Jez Butterworth’s brilliance is found somewhere in the way that he sets up conflict – a sense of […]
That the family business at the centre of this play is a rubber shop makes for some great gags […]