A gently entertaining parade of rhythmic acrobatics, just lacking the knock-out dramatics.
For a show which places death in its title, this is a beautiful, life-affirming show from BLINK Dance Theatre!
Love and dating go wrong then right then wrong again, as Miriam Battye’s Strategic Love Play flits between searing analysis of the transactionality of modern dating and sweet romcom.
A one-woman powerhouse performance of love and self-worth.
A revolutionary meta-comedy about disability politics and using identity to sell.
An unmissable transcendental immersive wonder, like being in the company of an angel – the must-see show of 2023.
Individual circus brilliance shines through in a new show which feels like a theme in search of a cohesive narrative.
Pole dancing and gig-theatre combine for this autobiographical show of two halves which ultimately finds a startlingly emotional depth.
A promising concept is let down by some clunky scripting – but there’s no denying the commitment of the four young performers.