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REVIEW | Julius Caesar | RSC

The RSC’s Rome season has kicked off with a powerful production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. The play centres around immense ambition and ferocious conflict. Julius Caesar is a production that exudes authority, as the rhetoric language heigtens the idea of power. Caesar is a commanding character that holds strength and supremecy through both his tone and gait….

REVIEW | Ballet Boyz – Life | UK Tour

BalletBoyz are a London based all-male dance company that are presenting their bold new work titled Life. In a double bill, we are introduced to the expressive style of the BalletBoyz’s movement, and the character they bring to their performance. Choreographer Pontus Lidberg has created an interesting piece, known for blending contemporary and classical into his works,…

REVIEW | Not Yet Suffragette | Natalie Cutler

Following a successful run at the Brighton Fringe, Natalie Cutler is touring her outstanding performance of Not Yet Suffragette, that explores how ‘not’ far we have come with gender equality since the Suffragette movement. Actor, writer, comedian and everything in-between, Natalie Cutler is an extraordinary woman. Her hour long piece focuses on the history of women and…

The Woman In Black UK Tour

REVIEW | The Woman in Black | UK Tour

The chilling thriller has been around for years, yet still attracts a tremendous amount of frightened audience members. It’s a traditional story that feels fresh and is executed excellently. Arthur Kipps (David Acton) has written a spine-tingling play relating to an experience he had many years ago. The concept of the production is a play within…

REVIEW | MK Ultra | Rosie Kay Dance Company

“This is fake theatre” are the words that pop up on the triangular screen to open choreographer Rosie Kay’s new dance production MK Ultra. Never has there been a time more relevant for Rosie to explore the idea of conspiracy theories and ‘fake news’.  In a previous interview, Rosie told me: “‘Fake News’ and ‘Alternative Facts’ have…