Amber Sidney-Woollett says 'Lady in The Sheets' should leave the laughs at the door and stick to emotional impact
Charles Britton is won over by the plays' disturbing horror
The production is imaginative but the choice of play is inappropriate and bizarre, writes Susannah Goldsbrough
Whip-smart dialogue ensures this black comedy leaves its mark
Sam Dalrymple reflects on mundanity and self-discovery in Bouvier’s The Way of the World
Charles Britton is abducted by laughter in 'Lights Over Tesco Carpark'
David Foster Wallace cuts to the core of what makes Dostoyevsky invaluable, writes Barney Pite.
This week we chat to John Livesey, the manager of Klaxon Productions
In the next instalment of 'Confessions of a Drama Queen', our eponymous diarist becomes infatuated with a fellow thespian
One combative poem has a lot to reveal about the place of artists under Soviet rule, Charlie Baker writes