The Flick review – ‘a little theatrical masterpiece’

Flick is an exceptional production that brings a thin script to vivid life

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Review – ‘Brooding, self-deluding, and very mad...

Michael Grandage's use of dark humour and relentless gore to explore Ireland's complex history of sectarian conflict.

The C-Bomb review – ‘the perfect antidote for those mid-term blues’

Delphine Chalmers is charmed by this self-assured, intelligent, and funny piece of student writing

Intruder and Seven Princesses review -‘Twisted and ghoulish delight’

Charles Britton is won over by the plays' disturbing horror

Walk Like Natives review – ‘A flash-mob blending into the crowd’

A secret piece of theatre, taking place in central London, is a pure celebration of joy.

I Slept In These Clothes review – ‘comics to look out...

Fenella Sentance is thoroughly entertained by the dynamic of Verity Babbs and Chloe Jacob's comedy duo

The C Bomb Review – ‘A comic break from the madding...

Ela Portnoy finds the OUDS New Writing Festival winner a source of comic relief at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

‘Volpone’ review – “Overdone accents but an otherwise fantastic production”

Amelia Coen enjoys Seeing Hand Production's witty Blackpool update of Johnson's satire

The Crocodile review – ‘a carefully considered yet hilariously nuts production’

Cesca Echlin is left in fits after a performance of Dostoyevsky's short story

Travesties review – ‘a very competent production of a fiendishly complicated...

Roddy Howland Jackson is charmed by a dynamic, absurdist comedy of historic proportions

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