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Aden Gilett as Arthur Winslow and Tessa Peake-Jones as Grace Winslow (c) Alastair Muir

REVIEW | The Winslow Boy | UK Tour

Providing a window into the Edwardian life, Terence Rattigan’s play The Winslow Boy is a story of miscarriage of justice not told from a courtroom, but the living room of the Winslow’s grand house. It’s a clever production that enables us an audience to directly step into their lives and witness the story of young…

INTERVIEW | RSC’S Snow in Midsummer | Writer Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig

Alongside their Rome season, the RSC have launched a Chinese Classics Translation Project, in order to bring classical Chinese stories to a modern UK audience. Kicking off their project, is Snow in Midsummer, a modern re-imagining of one of the most famous Classical Chinese dramas. The RSC are interested in staging stories written and performed during Shakespeare’s lifetime, and therefore…

REVIEW | Domestica | Orbit Festival

“We are going to try to bore you to death,” a woman speaks deeply into a microphone as she stares blankly at the audience. Sat at a table draped in a black cloth, her eyes widen as she introduces us to the hypnotically poetic narrative. Sleepwalk Collective have created an incredibly immersive piece of theatre that explores…

REVIEW | Annie | UK Tour

The UK Tour of Annie starring Lesley Joseph as Miss Hannigan is a refreshing revamp of a classic musical. Taking inspiration from the current child-focused musicals currently in the West End, Annie has a contemporary feel which is enhanced by the staging and costumes. The stage is covered in brightly coloured jigsaw pieces which create a map…