Theatre is unique in its ability to take you to places you have never been before but ‘Light’, by Theatre Infinitum, takes this to extremes, conjuring times, places and scenarios beyond imagining with nothing but a blacked out set, 5 actors, and their unique exploitation of nature’s most essential element, …

The Olympics are the world’s greatest showcase for sport, this is without contention. Hundreds of nations, thousands of contestants and billions of pounds making it the largest event of it’s and indeed any kind, on a global scale. With the financial climate the UK is currently under, this financial obligation …

Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre is of course best known in its original form as a novel, but there have been numerous adaptations since its original publication in 1847 and it remains firmly in the English literary cannon, as well as the modern cultural consciousness. The most recent play adaptation was …

Last Saturday, the 18th, I was privileged enough to witness Gerard Logan’s one man The Rape of Lucrece, directed by Gareth Armstrong. I knew in advance of buying my ticket that the production is unique, as a very much lesser-know part of Shakespeare’s repitoire it has been rarely adapted and never …