Outlaws

Review – Outlaws to In-laws

Outlaws to In-Laws is a major achievement and deserves not only a long run here in London but much wider circulation in theatres across...
Windows

Review – Windows

Windows is entertaining and polished. Written by John Goldsworthy who is most well know as the author of The Forsyte Saga, this is a...
Richard

Review – Richard III

With Richard III, Antic Disposition has produced another signal triumph in what is quite simply the best production of this particular play to come...
Loot

Review – Loot

This Loot is a fine revival that is a worthy tribute to the original in its anniversary year while also finding layers and meanings...
Collision

Review – Collision

The cast and creative team do Schwitters proud but it is still not entirely clear he deserves the attention in this instance. Another performance...
Pageant

Review – Pageant

Pageant is a perfect two hours. As in, it lasts two hours on the dot. Less can be said about the rest of the...
Armide

Review – Armide

This ensemble is certainly one to watch, as indeed are the other operatic and symphonic enterprises for which Márcio da Silva is responsible. Armide...
Funeral Meats

Review – Funeral Meats

Funeral Meats is a play revealing how individuals deal with grief whilst having to cope with issues causing hurt and pain to others. Quickly paced (it runs an hour),...

Review – A Spoonful Of Sherman

A Spoonful Of Sherman allows you to sit back and enjoy once more some of the songs that have punctuated most of our lifetimes,...
Nero Monologues

Review – Even You Lights Cannot Hear Me / Nero Monologues

New chamber operas, as well as rare one-act works from a hundred years ago, are a good basis for a new summer opera festival...

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Lear

Review – King Lear

The thing about King Lear that many productions ignore or overlook, in a modern, desperate striving for relevance or innovation, is that it is...

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