An acutely observed examination of inane office politics, despair, and social media
We chatted to the female-identifying members of the cast and crew of Hedda to find out what the play and its protagonist mean to them
The subtle destruction of office careers, told via its character's monologue is amusing and meaningful.
Ethan Croft reviews Paul Foot’s new venture, ‘Tis A Pity She’s A Piglet, as the Merton alumnus returns to Oxford on tour
Giovanni Musella looks ahead at a new production of Blavatsky's Tower
Miriam Nemmaoui speaks to a tipsy audience member at Suzy Cripps’ 'The Optimists'
Surya Bowyer is frustrated by a powerful production of 'Suspiria' which comes so close to greatness
Olivia Cormack enjoys an enthralling production of a darkly comic play about women after war
Priya Khaira-Hanks is impressed by emotionally nuanced performances which compensate for the lack of sub-plot
It is always a challenge to adapt a novel’s narrative to the stage. Even more so, when the novel is a dystopia like A...
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