Octopus Girls’ monologues break the mould of feminist theatre
Theatre Paradok are talented, but their show will test your patience.
Disjointed verbatim theatre on the experience of grief caused by war
Oliver Bennett and Vladimir Shcherban breathe new life into a forgotten classic
Well-performed but derivative cabaret on the history of gay legislation and icons
Documentary drama gives an insightful look behind the screen of internet fame.
Diane Rimmer’s animal welfare comedy is all over the place
Devised fantasy spreads itself too thin and never takes flight
A nasty and absurd exploration of human existence
Pretentious and thinly-written multimedia adaptation of French novella
A meandering pace hinders the themes of toxic masculinity
Race is more than a black and white issue for Koko Brown
Military biographical let down by poor pacing and an unconvincing performance
Colla Voce’s stab at murder-themed romance has folk music at its heart
The performances of this devised work hit the mark more than its story
Alt-right fantasy-drama fails to delve below the surface of its issues.
Gigglemug amuses with inventive Shakespearean shoe-repairing, key-cutting silliness
A grandmother’s secrets are discovered in this gripping Kiwi thriller
Bastiaan Vandendreissche’s morally challenging solo play lacks focus despite a strong performance.