A well-intentioned experiment pitched younger than usual and held together by a game, energetic cast.
Or, how an off-brand Churchill grabbed the greasy rudder of world history.
A love-letter to a worldwide community forged through class struggle.
A captivating tale about the power of friendship and the importance of not giving up on people you love.
An enormous effort sees the verdant world of Dylan Thomas relentlessly rendered.
A confident, heartfelt show ensures that the reality of the people of the pits is never lost.
Hope and wide-eyed wonder fill a fantastic retooling of the classic tale.
A highly introspective spectacle from the the Essex lad.
Exploding gender politics and exploring the rich, fertile space in-between opposing points of view.
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.
Jack Carter is back to settle debts, rattle cages and uncover the horrible truth about the death of his brother.