HANNAH QUINN feels this production didn’t quite do this dark play justice.
AMI JONES finds this play just little bit too Muller-lite.
AMI JONES isn’t sure there’s much point in reviewing this, but she did it for you anyway.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG dishes the hurt with one poor and the glory with the other. But you only have yourselves to blame.
AMI JONES is tired at you all for being so good-looking all the time.
AMI JONES has watched a play, past the wit of critic to say what play it was.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG is tired of all your crying.
Are student reviews bad news? HARRY MICHELL and AMI JONES battle it out.
Editor KIERAN CORCORAN predicts that this play will be suddenly killed by being bad.
AMI JONES writes a race-y article for the second ever Culture Column.
Theatre Editor AMI JONES is left devastated by this production. And no, not in a good way.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG growls with rare approval at some ambitious theatre this week.
This is what happens when THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG allows you to decide who wins awards.
Bad writing finds salvation in strong acting, and AMI JONES finds a nice, warm, premature slice of home at the ADC.
AMI JONES is brought right back to her school days. And no, not in a bad way.
KIERAN CORCORAN delights in double dollops of delectable duologuing deliciousness.
New writing at the Corpus Playroom leaves JAMES STANIFORTH pleasantly surprised but still waiting for his coffee.
AMI JONES makes entirely appropriate dick jokes in the course of reviewing the Marlowe Society’s May Week effort.