Nina's waters have broken early. She knows it's a girl. She doesn't know if she wants it.
re:group’s latest work Coil pays tribute to the glory days of the video store and commemorates the communities we made within them.
Peter Evans directs Harriet Gordon-Anderson in Shakespeare's depiction of grief at its most complex and profound.
Audrey review: Many moments when you feel like you're seeing something with fresh eyes. But just as many that cause the play to fall flat.
In the second of our series on the creation of Bell Shakespeare's latest Hamlet, Harriet Gordon-Anderson talks fear, film and fencing lessons.
In the first of a series of essays, actor Harriet Gordon-Anderson takes you deep into the making of Bell Shakespeare's first female Hamlet.
After the miscarriage of her second child, Elisabeth is sent to a provincial hotel to convalesce. But she is being watched.
A huge multi-playwright project exploring pernicious ideas: the tales told in Hell, and those that add to human misery.