Picture a circle of people holding hands, dancing around. Nothing particularly remarkable about that, right? Now imagine half of them as skeletons.
Practically Peter's production will be at the BT Studio until Saturday.
What to expect during your first foray into Oxford drama
Indhu Rubasingham's revealing production about a dark part of Japanese cultural history is relevant and immensely human
Bertie Harrison-Broninski is impressed by this witty and elegiac homage to the silver screen
Breaking the Fifth Wall festival kickstarts with an illuminating talk
Tony Wilkes is wowed by an unexpected trip to see the Royal Court's latest show starring Carey Mulligan
The Almeida’s adaptation of the hit TV show is baffling and brilliant in equal measure, writes John Livesey
'Jesus Christ, we need to sell more tickets': Callum Coghlan recalls a day in the life of a thesp
Suzy Cripps’ The Optimists, a tightly-paced romp of hypocrisy, coincidence and curtains, is a solid comedy of errors in the best of British tradition. Involving...
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