Review Round Up: The Corn is Green, National Theatre

Find out what critics have had to say about this revival of Emlyn Williams’ 1938 play. The Guardian: **** “Our hearts do soar and melt, though, as the gifted Evans navigates his way towards a happy ending, and there are lovely, warm laughs along the way. This revival is a reminder that old stories, when… Read More

Review Round Up: The Burnt City, Punchdrunk, Woolwich Works

We discover what critics had to say about Punchdrunk’s latest theatrical experience based around the Trojan War. The Guardian: *** “those who are satisfied with spectacle above story will enjoy this meticulously crafted show. Those of us who come for meaty drama and narrative momentum may leave hungry.” Evening Standard:**** “As in previous Punchdrunk shows,… Read More

Guest Post: Salem in the Seventeenth Century. Not as far removed as we might think…

Artistic Director of Fury Theatre Laura Turner discusses the parallels between 17th Century Salem and the world we live in today as the company’s new show Abigail heads to The Space from the 3rd to the 7th May. It’s easy to look back on the past and think about how far we’ve come. How things… Read More

REVIEW: The Hound of the Baskervilles, Original Theatre Company (Online)

This is Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic gothic story – but not as you remember it in this family friendly and undeniably enjoyable production. What a silly, joyous and fun adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles this is. Ok so it might swerve away from the original story slightly – but there is no denying… Read More