Review: Brave New World

Cesca Echlin is unsettled by Four Seven Two's evocation of Huxley's World State

Young Marx review – ‘Fiercely comical, ingeniously designed’

Harry Hatwell reviews the triumphant 'Young Marx', the first production at London’s new Bridge Theatre

‘Black Men Walking’ – Review

An exuberant meditation on nature, belonging, and blackness

Fiddler On The Roof Review – ‘thoughtful and timely’

Izzy Troth sits on the roof, not on the fence, about the Oxford Playhouse's latest show

Twelfth Night Review – Shakespeare for the Love Island Generation’

Harry Hatwell is impressed by the mirror of contemporary reality in an ambitious adaptation at the Keble O'Reilly

The Writer review – ‘jumping out at you in wild, exciting,...

Hickson tries one formal experiment after another and each time brings a different gender-dynamic under her lens

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