Great writing, direction and performance mix with a heavy dose of irrational and uncompromising passion for football in this site-specific piece in Reading Football Club’s home changing rooms.
A powerfully funny show that leaves me feeling something akin to outrage
This is a private, beautiful, evocative piece of theatre, that speaks to the core of who we are.
This challenging and unsettling piece turns a mirror to its audience. Abandon your expectations and let your mind wander to its darkest corners. Provocative and brilliantly clever.
A highly enjoyable, charming performance, full of humour and risk, from three very skilled new circus artists.
What space do we take up in the world? Or, should it be, how many spaces do we take up, and what shape are they when we merge them all together?
If gender is a performance, then shouldn’t the theatre be the best stage for all our society’s genders to be explored?
Acrojou, during their residency at 101 in Newbury begin the delicate process of recasting for their most successful shows.
Shouldn’t a night at the theatre be all about enjoyment and entertainment?
Thoughts on Kaspar, a new theatrical story, reflecting on the insight into the devising process that an interview with the makers afforded, and looking at the finished product.