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Kirsten Waller


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The whole company are on top form in Birmingham Royal Ballet’s sparkling production

La Cenerentola

A sparkling, occasionally patchy performance, grounded in the harsh realities of dysfunctional family life.


Preview: Play Poland

A cinematic celebration of one of Europe’s most significant countries, the Play Poland festival is now bigger than ever.

Les Troyens

An ambitious production with some impeccable staging, hampered by the uneven quality of Berlioz’s work.

Susan Calman: Ladylike

Less direct and more wide ranging than previous years, Susan Calman continues to be one of the Fringe’s best.


An overly intellectual and contrived play, saved by the grace and wit of the principal actor.

A Slight Ache

A dark tale of a sun-bleached day, this lesser-known Pinter play is a class act.

Circa: Beyond

Having received rave reviews for 2013’s Wunderkarmma, Circa return with another spellbinding performance.


A timely, bawdy and very human journey into the too-little-known tale of how Britain came to be.