The Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre wants its audience to experience Shakespeare as intended – in the bard’s self-designed theatre. But is this immersive theatre experience more pop-art than pop-up? Arabella Vickers reviews.
What does it take to put on a show at Fringe? With the finish line in sight, Missing Cat discuss the joys and travails of their project: a raw and visceral rendition of Woyzeck.
Want to be a fantastic actor? All it takes is method acting, audience empathy and a pursuit of the fantasy world.
The convention which now seems part-and-parcel of theatre wasn’t always there – indoor venues and developments in lighting provided new staging opportunities. But what is the theatrical blackout for?
Charlie Rogers talks black-box theatre and responds to recent Oxfess controversy
House of Improv presents an improvised hour of moon shoes, jacuzzis, and reckless fun
Rose on a Rail's latest production provides a touching and intimate look into a complex mother-daughter relationship.
Shepherd-Cross' new play treads a fine line between offensiveness and good taste - is it all the better for it?
Lawrence Li is impressed by the National Theatre’s opulent imagining of a Shakespearean classic
The multilingual reimagining of the Christmas Truce at Leeds Town Hall feels particularly timely