The National Theatre of Wales’ production perfectly melds theatricality with politics.
An adaptation of Cervantes’ classic novel and an impassioned defence of idealism.
A show that lampoons the current generation’s lack of imagination but inadvertently reveals its own.
Ben Blow’s take on the life of Karl Marx is liberal with the facts, profligate with the jokes but ascetic with analysis.
This is the hit one-man show about a politician with all the substance but nothing to show.
Dudendance’s newest installation piece explores the reifying effects of violence through movement and music.
Liverpool University Drama Society’s adaptation of the Victorian masterpiece vacillates between obtuse and elegant.
The Lincoln Company’s attempt to bring Artaud back to the stage is a successful failure.
Knaive Theatre give us Osama bin Laden’s third dimension in this understated polemic.
Macbeth may be filler but is by no means an anticlimax to this brilliant trench-life triptic.
The second installment of Bunker Trilogy skillfully makes a Greek Tragedy out of one soldier’s guilt.
This first installment of the Bunker Trilogy is an original and highly successful adaptation of the Arthurian legend.
Making News is a new satire about the Beeb which won’t be getting the headlines.
The Flanagan Collective’s new one-man show tells the story of ‘the most valuable Englishman ever’.
A collection of monologues by Fermín Cabal which reveal the true horror of the Pinochet regime.
HookHitch’s production isn’t so much an anthem for doomed youth as an dirge for Edwardian Britain.
A well staged and innocuous tribute to the Aberfan disaster.
A visually and philosophically enthralling exploration of the Ancient Greek poet from Lesbos.
Emily Brontë’s classic Gothic novel gets a denim update by 3BUGS Fringe Theatre.
Gecko have devised a production rich with psychical imagery and effortlessly impressive choreography.
Fourth Monkey’s adaptation of Kesey’s hymn to civil disobedience is sadly all too well behaved.
The Peculiar Tale of Pablo Picasso is Fourth Monkey’s dramatisation of a Kafkaesque true story.
The first of Fourth Monkey’s 2013 package is wildly underwhelming.
A rarely performed Tennessee Williams staged as part of 3BUGS Fringe Theatre’s Morning After Season.