An interactive treat.
Lashings of tea, japery, home-made effects, and surreal chaos.
The Pre-Raphaelite muse and artist comes to life.
Sandpits Avenue and League of St George give us conflict, alienation and excellent tunes.
Watching Concorde to old school Soho.
Political theatre in the Royal Court tradition.
A winning mix of cabaret and incisive, political drama.
Hilarious stupidity mixed with sinister fantasy.
The beautifully observed set is the quiet star.
But new play falls short on too many fronts.
Essential new drama, complete with turkey basters, hand puppets, hand jobs, and a raid on the Surrey Docks Farm.
Funny, sad and enjoyably gross.
RADAR 2012 is the place to be for new writing this month, and Chewing Gum Dreams is the real deal.
Soul-selling courtesy of physical theatre company Scene Productions.
We will be hearing more of Kate Tempest, a defiantly everyday rapper with a gift for telling stories.
Weird, disturbing, entertaining and including a very naked porn shoot.
Where's Poirot when you need him?
The Tell Theatre Company stage a double bill of rarely performed plays about marriage
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