Comedy of the highest quality
In conversation about life writing and confronting the Man in the Mirror.
Glittery glory for the last gang in town.
Goth punks-turned-stadium shoegazers are a band at the height of their powers.
Legends of the Madchester scene bring the Hacienda to Glasgow.
A mixed bag which lacks the immediacy of Maximo Park’s best work.
Brilliant Lyceum Youth Theatre cast depict the grottiness of online shaming
Second night by promoters Flint and Pitch offers variety in the truest sense
Michael Rosen’s slim picture book proves inspiration enough for an hour of children’s theatre
A heady trip down memory lane in an oh-so-fitting setting.
King’s regular panto trio prove again that if it ain’t broke don’t fix it
The four grungy LA girls are less than the sum of their parts
Reunited pair are older, a little wiser, and never better.
Alice Birch’s piece is bold, but ultimately flawed.
A questioning new voice in comedy
Meticulous delivery and ear for mimicry
Entertaining and visually inspired stage production of Capote’s novella
Opening show of the Lyceum’s year is hugely enjoyable, eerie and humorous.