Philip Ridley's 2005 play is not only scarier and more prescient than ever, argues Danny Ball, it's also more hopeful.
The history of Northern Ireland's civil strife is one of broken men, writes Anna Houston. Broken men not unlike our own.
Audrey review: Suzie Miller's new play shows us all the ways in which the legal system is unfairly made and inherently broken.
Blood on the Cat’s Neck
Rainer Werner Fassbinder "redefined prolific", writes Saro Lusty-Cavallari. Indie company Montague Basement follows suit.
Audrey review: Light on blood and violence, but this production’s sharp edges and slashing wit leave a lasting impression.