Theatre

Rita, Sue and #MeToo: 'there'd be outrage if it was written today'

Was the Royal Court right to put on Rita, Sue and Bob Too? We asked three playwrights to look afresh at Andrea Dunbar’s story of two girls preyed on by an older man Continue reading...

Theatre

Resolution, The Place, London, review: Part of Britain's dance ecosystem

The UK's biggest dance festival for emerging talent includes 81 artists who will perform original works for The Place stage

Theatre

Strangers in Between, Trafalgar Studios, London, review: Adam Spreadbury-Maher's beautifully cast production well deserves this transfer

The Australian playwright Tommy Murphy's witty coming-of-age play explores the highs and lows of growing up gay in modern Australia

Theatre

Rita, Sue and Bob Too, Royal Court, London, review: A well-judged revival

Andrea Dunbar's semi-autobiographical play, which she wrote in 1982 when she was just 19, is about two teenage schoolgirls who are groomed by the 27 year old married Bob

Theatre

Josie Rourke and Kate Pakenham to leave Donmar Warehouse

Artistic director and executive producer were the first female partnership to run a London theatre The first female partnership to run a London theatre have announced their departure from the Donmar Warehouse, one of the UK’s most important theatre

Theatre

My Mum's A Twat, Royal Court, London, review: An invigorating debut

This one-woman show by Anoushka Warden, starring Patsy Ferran and co-directed by Vicky Featherstone and Jude Christian, is a real winner

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