2.0★ ★

Frankenstein

Frankenstein’s gripping story of hubris, humanity and revenge has captured the imagination since 1818. The majority of dramatic adaptations focus on the Creature’s maturation, but this retelling is much clo...
Raising Martha Park Theatre
3.0★ ★ ★

Raising Martha

A new piece that fits the farcical fashion of twisting and warping a familiar concept, Raising Martha is a fine comedy that takes the traditional hostage situation and adds a grim Midsomer Murders tone to it: t...
Flesh and Bone Etcetera Theatre, London
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Flesh and Bone

Very Berkoff, and very charming, Flesh and Bone is a masculine, pulsing, in-yer-face tribute to the East end inner-city poor. The show chucks five characters at us: angry brothers Terrence (Warren) and Reiss...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Trainspotting

Trainspotting is one of the largest cultural icons of the 1990’s, a ferocious, unflinching and rambling account of heroin addicts in Edinburgh. With a sequel to the film version being released soon, this fast...
Robin Hood London Wetland Centre
2.0★ ★

Robin Hood

British Summertime rears its contrary head once again, and London’s open spaces are tentatively starting to stage open-air theatre in all its glory, including beautiful settings, low flying planes and hayfeve...
3.0★ ★ ★

[THE MACHINE]

Repetition, mutation, evolution. puts language, delivery and gesture through four human components to create an ever-flowing process that is intricate, abstract and often fascinating. The four actors slowly...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

On the Edge of Me

To tell a tale that’s true, even when it isn’t, with charm, depth and humour is an impressive thing. On the Edge of Me is the tale of Remi (Yolanda Mercy) fresh out of uni, fighting to find a job and a sens...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Luce

Rules can be bent for special cases, but at what point do those rules have to start applying? And why can those rules be bent? That is one of the many conundrums that afflict the adults in this unsettling, comp...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Table Top Shakespeare: Cymbeline

These table top Shakespeare’s are perfect for getting quickly acquainted with all the plays of the bard. Obviously a full production would be best, but for a clear summary, or for scripts whose performances a...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Table Top Shakespeare: Loves Labours Lost

The objects signifying the characters of Loves Labours Lost are taken off the full shelves framing the stage, and arranged on boxes behind the central table. They will be placed on the table when their characte...