Twilight Song - Kevin Elyot - Park Theatre
3.0★ ★ ★

Twilight Song

Kevin Elyot’s final play is receiving its premiere in Park Theatre a few years after the writer’s death. It is set in London, in a Victorian villa, it takes place over three summers – 1961, 1967 and the p...
Ex MachinaRobert Lepage, 887 , Robert Lepage, image credit Eric Labbé
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★


A largely autobiographical piece is easy enough to turn out either boastful and boring or reproachful and equally boring, and yet Robert Lepage’s 887 is remarkably balanced. The creator tightropes skilfully b...
Chinglish Park Theatre
3.0★ ★ ★


Global trade deals and trade protectivism are dominating the news lately making David Henry Hwang’s Chinglish a timely piece of comedy to stage. China is the biggest untapped market and global businessmen are...
Euripides Laskaridis - Relic
3.0★ ★ ★


Relic from the Latin “relinquere,” which means “whatever is left behind”; a proof of existence – creative or destructive, soothing or traumatic, tangible or not; we have existed and we still do and a ...
Dewey Dell - Marzo mime 2017 Barbican
3.0★ ★ ★

Dewey Dell – Marzo

Marzo Dewey Dell ‘s  latest creation is a distinctive performance that attempts to blend dancing and Japanese Noh theatre with the manga structure and aesthetic. The title refers to March that, in the cre...
Familie Flöz - Teatro Delusio
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Familie Flöz – Teatro Delusio

Following last year’s sold-out Infinita, Germany’s mask-theatre virtuosos return with another hit, Teatro Delusio. They successfully bring inanimate masks come to life and develop personalities. The perform...
C.S. Lewis - The Screwtape Letters at Park Theatre, London
3.0★ ★ ★

C.S. Lewis – The Screwtape Letters

If this festive season you don’t feel like going to another panto or another A Christmas Carol adaptation then probably The Screwtape Letters make for a good alternative. An adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ episto...
Deny, Deny, Deny Park Theatre
3.0★ ★ ★

Deny, Deny, Deny

Jonathan Maitland’s new work about doping is a topical drama that offers a clear, stripped-down even view of the world of professional sports. Jonathan Maitland, a journalist turned playwright, like he did wi...
Lunch & The Bow of Ulysses at Trafalgar Studios 2 Photo Marc Brenner
3.0★ ★ ★

Lunch & The Bow of Ulysses

A lone bench on a pier, the sea ebbing and flowing in the background that’s all it takes to set the tone in Lunch & The Bow of Ulysses. Two lone figures lusting, fighting and talking; 20 years in the span...