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REVIEW | Guys and Dolls | UK Tour

Straight from the West End, the Guys and Dolls UK Tour provides an outstanding production of Frank Loesser’s classic musical. Set in New York, Nathan Detroit is a middle aged gambler who has been engaged to his fiance Miss Adelaide for 14 years, a woman who is desperate to get married but Nathan just can’t get the money…

REVIEW | Jenufa | Opera North

Opera North’s revival of Jenufa, a story of emotional heartbreak is told on a stage so minimalistic and bare that the consuming emotion is highly amplified. The angular set is suitably fitting to the era and fashion of the time, it gives a semi abstract feel to the staging. The story begins with a young girl…

REVIEW | Brave New World | UK Tour

I want danger. I want freedom. I want sin. I don’t want comfort.  Brave New World is a dystopian novel adapted from page to stage, set 600 years in the future in a world where humans have created an “ideal society” through test tube babies and complex genetic engineering. Adapted by Dawn King, the play cleverly addresses…

Review | We Want You To Watch

“Violent porn makes violent people.” The National Theatre production of We Want You To Watch is a dynamic and commanding performance exploring pornography and its impact on people. RashDash Theatre Company are renowned for their use of movement and music and the effect of this was astounding. The play is set around four short pieces that…