Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective
“Charismatic and incredibly bright” Homerton alumnus Unais Gomes fatally stabbed in the Peruvian jungle
The Sunday Serial continues as we join Anna in her first supervision of term. This one’s about tragedy
Like any decent critic, JAMES MACNAMARA enjoys watching actors kill and eat each other onstage.
ANNA ISAAC is left Elektrafied by this mesmerising performance.
Ex-Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN summons up his old enthusiasm to interview the folks behind this year’s Oxford Greek Play, ‘Clytemnestra’.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG prophesies theatre to come. And is having suspicious food cravings. WHAT COULD THIS MEAN?
The ADC lateshow leaves KIERAN CORCORAN with a less than tragic sense of disappointment as the cruelty and tenderness treads the fine line between subtle and dull.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG mourns the loss of Theatrical salvation for Cambridge, while giving you a rundown to what’s worth going to this week.
KIERAN CORCORAN and CATHERINE AIREY find tragedy in the Greek classic, sadly not the moving kind of tragedy they were hoping for, more the tragedy of bad theatre.
UPDATE: A body has been recovered from the Thames, believed to be that of Dr Walford.
TAMARA ASTOR is very happy to see a very sad play very well done.