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Christopher Eccleston as Mabeth and Niamh Cusack as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth - Credit: Richard Davenport

REVIEW | Macbeth | RSC

Shakespeare’s Scottish tragedy Macbeth is cropping up all over this country this year, and Polly Findlay has directed a dynamic, high-powered production with the RSC this season. Telling the story of Scottish general Macbeth who is told by three witches that one day he will become king, he becomes fuelled by ambition and alongside his…

5-Artists of Ballet BC in Solo Echo Photo by Wendy D.jpg

REVIEW | Ballet BC | UK Tour

Ever since I picked up the phone to Emily Molnar, artistic director of Ballet BC, I felt invested in the company as she articulated her passion and ideas so eloquently with real insight into the company’s vision. The Canadian contemporary ballet company are acclaimed for their collaborative and creation based work and are touring the…

Jim Sturgeon (Alec) and Isabel Pollen (Laura) Sincerely Amy Stutz Review

REVIEW | Brief Encounter | UK Tour

Hailed the most romantic love story of all time, Brief Encounter is a charming love story that has been imaginatively adapted for the stage by Emma Rice and Kneehigh Theatre. The critically acclaimed production is touching the hearts of the nation in this brand new UK tour that quite simply is a theatrical masterpiece. Based…

Penguins Birmingham Rep Review Sincerely Amy

REVIEW | Penguins | Birmingham Rep

Showcasing the diversity of families with the true love story between two male penguins in Central Park zoo, the Birmingham Rep and NI Cahoots have created a piece of children’s theatre that is both charming and significant in many ways. Based on the New York Times article, Roy and Stilo are two male penguins that…

Hedda Gabler UK Tour Review

REVIEW | Hedda Gabler | UK Tour

Following its acclaimed run at the National Theatre in 2017, Hedda Gabler is a production that challenges gender expectation and looks at the role of women in society. Written by Ibsen and first performed in 1891, it is best known for being highly provocative and powerful at the time. Hedda Gabler returns home from her…

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