A tale of two invisibilities.
Category: Stage Review
Looking for the Magic: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
A well-intentioned experiment pitched younger than usual and held together by a game, energetic cast.
Dither and Delay: The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson
Or, how an off-brand Churchill grabbed the greasy rudder of world history.
Caught on a Wave of History: The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff
A love-letter to a worldwide community forged through class struggle.
Something in My Eye: The Snow Queen
A captivating tale about the power of friendship and the importance of not giving up on people you love.
Not Wholly Bad or Good: Under Milk Wood
An enormous effort sees the verdant world of Dylan Thomas relentlessly rendered.
Badges on the Fireplace: Wonderland
A confident, heartfelt show ensures that the reality of the people of the pits is never lost.
Of Ghosts and Goodwill: A Christmas Carol
Hope and wide-eyed wonder fill a fantastic retooling of the classic tale.
Between Heaven and Earth: The Lovely Bones
A startlingly-realised take on one of the best-selling novels of the 21st century.
Two Man Show
Exploding gender politics and exploring the rich, fertile space in-between opposing points of view.
Pim and Theo
A purgatorial primer into issues of tolerance, multiculturalism and free speech.
A brilliantly played, sparkling piece of speculative fiction that will fuel the mind and disturb the senses far beyond the limits of the stage.