The separation of art and artist is a difficult topic to debate. In theory, a piece of art, whether that be fine art or a performance, is an entity in and of itself, and should therefore be distinguished from...
After a run at The Theatre Royal Bath, the touring version of Noel Coward’s 1966 play A Song at Twilight has come to Norwich. 53 years after its initial run with Coward playing the lead, the play is still...
Luke Wright hasn’t even begun his set yet, but when he bursts onto the stage – his erratic energy filling the auditorium with anticipation – it’s already clear that this is going to be an evening of intensity, and...
Before watching Matthew Bourne's production of Swan Lake, my friend who was with me in the audience told me that her grandmother greatly disapproved of men in tights on stage. She would have hated this gender-swapping version of Swan...
On March 27th the long awaited performance of Game of Thrones: The Pantomime took to the LCR stage. I was looking forward to the pantomime, as it had been on my radar for a long time – I even...
With just one room, some plastic chairs, and the occasional dead-body, this eclectic comedy journeyed through a succession of wacky events flowing in and out of Bookable Room 12. The opening of the play welcomes us into a student-theatre-style...