A rough-edged but arresting take on Brecht’s satire
A one-off night of funny-bone nibbling monologuery for all the family.
Despite powerful performances, sometimes this iconic tale gets lost in the re-telling.
We all know one of them
This show asks questions that need asking, says Dan Edwards.
The flap of this butterfly’s wing doesn’t quite stir up the emotional storm it hopes to, says Jamie P. Robson.
The directors of the 5 short films premiering at Cambridge Shorts suggest some essential exam-term viewing.
Are the haters really gonna hate hate hate?
Unfortunately only memorable for the wrong reasons.
Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective
This fairytale of New York is as magical as ever.
The Madwomen in the Attic is both provocative and subversive, hilarious and disturbing, says Molly Moss.
Lashings of 1920s style gallivanting around – hurrah! Jolly good show.