Review: The Apocalypse Gameshow

Review: The Apocalypse Gameshow

When you were young, did you ever get duped into attending one of those after-school activities with circus skills and parachute games only to discover it was a secret Christian indoctrination programme? The BIGBIN club had a lot to answer for (it stands for Believe...
Review: What Happens In The Winter

Review: What Happens In The Winter

A show about two performers telling stories from the good old days, What Happens In The Winter offers only occasional glimmers of hope and insight into the narrators’ lives.     At its core, Upswing’s What Happens In The Winter gives two women, one a...
Review: The Arrival

Review: The Arrival

A new collaboration between Tamasha and Circus Space is a strange multi-layered story of journeys and migrations. The Arrival is a reworking of Shaun Tan’s graphic novel of the same name in a collaboration between Tamasha and Circus Space. Four and a half years...
Review: Spymonkey’s Cooped

Review: Spymonkey’s Cooped

A Spaniard, a German and two Brits walk into a theatre. Whatever the joke is, it can’t be as funny as Spymonkey’s Cooped. Aitor Basauri Toby Parks Stefan Kreiss There is no doubt that Spymonkey are a national treasure. Given that the quartet includes a...
Review: Moralgorithm

Review: Moralgorithm

A keystone of cabaret, audience interaction is being adopted more and more by fringe theatre. A new production from Stamp Collective puts the focus on the audience leading to a potentially different show each time. In a sense, this is an interactive theatre piece...
Review: Black Pudding

Review: Black Pudding

Based on a finalist piece at the Roundhouse Show Slam 2012, Windup Collective have extended it to a full show. How has the transition fared? If it were allowable to sum this show up in one word, it would be: no. Wind-Up Collective present a musical fairytale mix-up,...
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