Harry Bignell reviews True West at Vaudeville Theatre. My initial thought upon taking my seat at the Vaudeville Theatre is how the clever use of set wall angles sucks the audience into the pokey front room of the house in Southern Carolina where Sam Shepard’s True West plays […]
Harry Bignell reviews The Cult of Kenzo at Camden People’s Theatre.
Abigail Bryant reviews Adam & Eve at The Hope Theatre, Islington In today’s political and media climate, the very definition of ‘truth’ is as ambiguous as it is dangerous. Taking a step back from Trump and Hollywood, Adam & Eve confronts a post-truth era against the landscape of […]
Abigail Bryant reviews The Buzz at The Bread & Roses Theatre Kyla and Josh have just got home from an industry awards event, and are obsessing over the red carpet photos on social media. Surrounded by sterile yet lavish aesthetics, their luxury penthouse serves as the setting for […]
Abigail Bryant interviews writer Laura McGrady Firstly, congratulations on the world premiere of Baby Box, running as part of King’s Head Theatre’s ‘Who Runs The World?’ feminist season this May. How are you feeling about its showcase? Thank you! I can’t wait to finally share this story with […]