Category: review

Peter Pan at the Polka Theatre – 2 Stars

This classic children’s show has all the trademark touches of a Polka production; imaginative staging, wonderful puppetry, excellent casting, but the episodic nature of the piece makes it feel fragmentary, and therefore below the usually high Polka standards. This is an innovative adaptation, with the Darlings home set […]

The Shape of the Table: 3 Stars

David Edgar’s political drama The Shape of the Table, set in an unnamed eastern European country during the collapse of the Soviet Union, first premiered at the National Theatre on November 8th, 1990, a year after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Now, during one of the most […]