Attempts on her Life at the Hampton Hill Theatre Studio I never fail to be impressed by YAT’s choice of material and from where I’m sitting, this is their most challenging, daring and confrontational production yet.  In her production notes young director Lucy Hanneghan describes the play as theatrical “Marmite”, …

Fairy tales, a timeless tradition, an ageless art-form… but who, and where do they come from? Who is writing the next generation of fairy tales, for the next generation of bedtime stories? Step in, Little Giants Theatre, who are rediscovering the captivating art of the fairy tale, telling new stories …

I think I had good reason to be dubious about a ‘holocaust ballet’, which is what I faced myself with this evening at Richmond Theatre. The thought of dancing Nazis and over-sentimentality filled me with unease, and a trace of dread. However, Northern Ballet surprised me; ballet, they showed, can …

It’s an ordinary Friday night in London (you can hear the revellers outside) and we are just some ordinary, theatre-loving people here in a rather ordinary black box theatre. The four-hander Ordinary Days concerns, as the title suggests, four rather ordinary characters; a young couple, an English Lit. post-grad student and …

Nobody is average, so why should theatre be? Such is the philosophy of Not Your Average Collective, a newly founded theatre company made up of Brit and Canadian duo Elisha Grace. and Alex Franks. Their goal? To represent the unrepresented, to tell the untold, to challenge popular culture with the not …

Dajana Fifield, more commonly known as Deedee, is a freelance theatre director, producer and performer. Co-founder of theatre company 27 degrees, she has also previously worked with The Salon: Collective, Elrow London and can often be found performing with day time ravers Morning Gloryville!   Her latest project at RCSSD, …