The Twilight Zone's refusal to provide its audience with answers creates a sense of endless possibility.
A bold, brash show that made me weirdly nostalgic for pretending I was pregnant with pillow-babies.
Exclusive alert! We caught up with Plunge Theatre as they live the patriarchy-smashing, girl-band dream with the release of Shallow.
The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein's show has made me ask some serious questions of myself.
We caught up with Xavier de Sousa to talk about POST, a solo performance interrogating the idea of 'national identity'.
We loved ICONS at the Soho Theatre, and caught up with its star to talk about it.
It's a case of people over politics in the Bridge Theatre's inaugural play.
We spoke with the pioneering performance artist ahead of her new show Notorious at the Barbican.
We've all got to fly the nest at some point. Some get further than others in Andrew Thompson's new play.
Kieran Knowles new play about the aftermath of railway suicides is quietly devastating, without revelling in the macabre.
Highrise's refreshing one man show is not your average tale of youth and masculinity.
Theatre doesn’t need to answer the questions it raises, but in watching B it’s difficult to know what Calderon is asking.
Dear white male playwright, Middle Eastern women are not your play things.
Shakespeare's Globe does King Lear - a match made in traditionalist heaven.
We chatted all things comedy, sketch writing, and GOT with BBC Radio 4's hottest property The Pin.
boom at Theatre503 makes up for lack of depth with laughs, fish cameos, and plot twists aplenty.
Pathos and humour punctuates the Royal Court's revival of Cartwright's seminal play.
Jon Pointing's work in progress show 'Act Natural' comes to Soho Theatre ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe.
Sea Change Theatre's The Tempest challenges gender norms on stage and off with mixed results.
Tape Face offers some much needed escapism at The Garrick Theatre on election night.
Matt Parvin's debut full length play is a claustrophobic exploration of blame and acceptance.
We spoke to the mastermind behind the immersive performance company Silent Opera.
The Tung reviews the world premiere of Cordelia O'Neil's 'No Place For A Woman' - a dark portrait of two women struggling to survive.
Dynamism and disturbia as director Imogen Knight breathes life into Simon Stephens' 'Nuclear War'. Read the review.
Gruff Theatre brings Caryl Churchill’s surrealist The Skriker to a captive audience. Read the review to find out more.
We met with Marina Blake and Saul Rohr to talk Brainchild, Platform, and the value of community.
Review of RashDash's latest offering 'One Woman Show' at the Soho Theatre.
The Tung review: savage horror and comedy converge in BU21 at Trafalgar Studios.