Suffolk theatre company takes the site-specific biscuit.
A play just as funny and relevant as it was 80 years ago.
Meera Syal and Paul Bhattacharjee add some Bollywood sparkle to Shakespeare’s classic.
Fun and games at this festival from the masters of play.
Michael Frayn’s 2003 play about German politics and human nature.
Coolly lit, starkly staged and highly effective.
A heady mix of dreamy passion and high comedy.
Sophocles’ tale provides more than enough reassurance that your own family strife is quite minor.
Impressive, funny and moving live improvisation and live music
The rise and fall of New Labour, as told by someone who was there.
Part psychological drama, English comedy, tragedy and theatre biopic