“Theatre is everywhere. It is regional. It is rural. It is poor. Now it is in your front room, it can be from anywhere.”
“a tender and often affectionate observation of how to navigate a crisis, with potent historical context.”
“You’ve broken my heart, punched me in the gut, made me laugh until I thought I was going to throw up, taught me and terrified me. I bloody love you for it.”
“Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) is a riotous, joyful and ground-breaking piece of work that embodies the spirit of Austen and blasts her into the 21st Century.”
“Le Navet Bete’s The Three Musketeers is large scale, fast paced family fun that showcases a company who understands joy both inside and out.”
“Inua Ellam takes his audience on a geographical and emotional odyssey, hopping continents and emotions, taking the occasional break to check in with a football match, all the while opening a door into the world of black masculinity.”
Forget shoes…2018 has created an entire wardrobe that 2019 has to live up to.
It is as exhilarating and as exhausting as the climb itself – and as beautiful and awe-inspiring as the mountain Simpson and Yates set out to conquer.
This is a state-of-the-nation king-hit to shake up tradition, privilege and expectation.
In the hands of Sally Cookson, A Monster Calls is an instant classic: a show that transforms both hearts and minds through the magic of authentic storytelling.