An unusually long play for the Edinburgh Fringe sacrifices some clarity in plot to explore the dynamics between complicated women
Ela Portnoy finds the OUDS New Writing Festival winner a source of comic relief at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
Michael Grandage's use of dark humour and relentless gore to explore Ireland's complex history of sectarian conflict.
Mercury Theatre Productions' venture into theatrical hell is impressive, but the length of the production lets it down
A powerful performance of Shange's work that presents personal stories of love, loss, hope, and renewal
Alastair Curtis' intertwined monologues tease out the humour and poignancy of office life
A bold and haunting production that places the deadly feud in HM Prison Verona
A cohesive aesthetic experience, but a shortened script hampers character development
A production that is wholly and intensely focused on human interaction and language
A close cast and crew underline the generational aspects of Shakespeare's tale of conflict, all in a female offenders unit