A bold reworking of Greek mythology, 'Cursed' made its debut at The Stretch this week ahead of its summer transfer to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Gabriela Sibilska interviews director Delphine Bueche.
Rural rituals, a violent past dug up from the peat bogs of Northern Ireland, an unspoken love and an exuberant Irish family at harvest creates a concoction not to be missed. Skye Heaton-Heather reviews.
Any philosopher worth their salt has considered the topics of time, death and desire which Stephens interweaves into a tight 45-minute exploration of all three themes in relation to loss and its aftermath. Skye Heaton-Heather reviews.
At the weekend, Dora Hemming saw two theatrical productions. One was at Soho Theatre with a couple of like-minded girlfriends and the other was at The National with her middle-aged parents and uncle. Both had her discussing gender politics until she was blue in the face.
A period of ‘intense’ revolutionary change, the rise of the Bolsheviks marked a change not just for the political landscape of Russia, but the artistic one. ‘Revolution – New Art for a New World’ is an ‘illuminating’ documentary coming soon to London. Daisy Graham reviews.