Have you ever walked down rows of bookshelves, and imagined the characters they contain stepping from the pages? Have you brushed your fingers along their spines, and imagined their stories permeating through your fingertips? Have you ever dreamed of being locked overnight in a library, and hearing their voices whisper …

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”, …

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 …

“The average person will speak 123,205,750 words in their lifetime” But what do we do with them? What could we do with them, or what should we do with them, if given the chance? What if, Sam Steiner proposes in Lemons… his debut play, we had a limit? Trainee-lawyer Bernadette and musician Oliver are two …