New Earth Theatre’s New Stories Digital Short Play Festival crackles with the energy of original voices pushing their practice in bold directions. Mitchell Vernals spoke to some of the playwrights.
Moment of Grace, a new play by Ben Gosling about the Princess of Wales visit to London’s first AIDS Unit in 1987, adapted for the screen during COVID-19 lockdown.
It’s here: Back to the Future! The musical of everyone’s favourite time-travelling movie.
Guest writers Carys Crossen and Jo Flynn give us their rundown of the best LGBT shows to catch at Edinburgh Fringe this year.
Theatre Royal Bath announces comedian Jennifer Saunders and actor Rupert Everett will star in summer season plays.
Kaspar’s at The (infamous) Savoy hotel has launched a new pre-theatre menu, food editor Tim Firmager heads to the restaurant to find out how it ranks
Scott Balf checks out Shrek The Musical and a surprisingly emotive puppet dragon!
Maisie Barker delights in the sumptuous flavours of Le Gateau Chocolat’s Icons.
There’s nothing like seeing a 13 year old dance his heart out and get a standing ovation to make you feel like you’re useless and have achieved nothing with your life.
The Royal Shakespeare Company have blessed Manchester once again, this time with two hilarious and witty plays, Love’s Labour’s Lost about Much Ado About Nothing.