REVIEW: Mum. Can You Hear Me?, Living Record Festival

Inspired by the horrific story of the migrants who died in the lorry which brought them to the UK in 2019 is chilling but doesn’t feel as though it covers the issue as deeply as it could. Bernadett Szabo’s chillingly atmospheric and haunting audio piece explores the true cost of doing whatever it takes to… Read More

NEWS: Boulevard Productions Announce Streamed Performances of Daddy Long Legs

The Irish company has confirmed that the musical will be streamed online for a week from the 8th to the 14th March. Filmed in Smock Alley, Dublin as part of the Irish premier production of Daddy Long Legs, the production will be available for audiences to enjoy at home when it is streamed through Stream.Theatre in… Read More

NEWS: Talawa Theatre Company to Release Third and Fourth Films in Tales from the Front Line Series

The theatre company will release the next couple of films from the series which uses verbatim interviews with Black key workersto explore the complex impact of the Covid-19 crisis on those on the Front Line of the pandemic. Talawa Theatre Company have confirmed it will be making the third and fourth films in its Tales… Read More

REVIEW: Nevergreen, Living Record Festival

A love letter to nature but a warning to protect earth and its creatures – examined by Rachel Carson, a woman whose story has never been told. When we tend to think about environmentalists – we tend to think of those from the present day such as groups such as Extinct Rebellion and individuals such… Read More