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REVIEW | Follies | National Theatre

A timelessly tragic story of reminiscence and regret, The National Theate’s Follies maintains it’s exquisite excellence as it transcends Stephen Sondheim’s spectacular music into a revitalised production that is even more spectacular than ever before. With thirty years passing since the last fully staged production of Follies in London, it still manages to shine, retaining its…

Scott Reid (Christopher) & David Michaels (Ed) in rehearsal for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, pic by Ellie Kurttz.jpg

INTERVIEW | David Michaels as Ed Boone in the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is regarded as a treasure on the West End with the National Theatre’s remarkable production. Simon Stephen’s adaptation has been a hit on Broadway and on tour, and it will embark on another UK tour this January, opening at the Lowry. Curious Incident tells the…

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…