Tag: Theatre

★★★★ Millennial Nihilism at its Best

Anna Hadley reviews (sorry) at the Edinburgh Fringe Susie Sillet’s (sorry) navigates the world whilst she balances it upon her shoulders. Performed by Louise Beresford, she apologises until her joints eventually give out. But she shouldn’t be apologising for highlighting our collective anxiety, and our constant need to […]

★★★★ A Powerful Pairing of Economics and Art

Abigail Bryant reviews The Audit (Or Iceland, A Modern Myth) at artsdepot The Audit is Proto-type Theatre’s second theatrical work examining contemporary politics, and this time they focus on how the nation of Iceland raised it’s voice in opposition to the human cost of greed. With passion and vigour, Rachel Baynton and Gillian […]