Audrey review: The target audience might be decades younger than you, but this ATYP production grips regardless of age.
Audrey review: US writer Branden Jacobs-Jenkins bakes in the maximum amount of variation possible in a scripted show. This production rises to the challenge.
Audrey review: Not, perhaps, the upbeat play you might feel you need right now, but as the promise of deeper isolation beckons, maybe it’s one for these times.
Audrey review: Kate Maree Hoolihan elevates a long-winded chamber musical set in rural Iowa just a few inches above the corn.
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.
Audrey review: Jackson Used’s drama unfolds into a gently gripping portrait of people haunted by loss and by each other.
Audrey review: A razor-sharp cast rises to the challenge of Liam Maguire’s comic study of anxious people in anxious times.
Audrey review: An unusual blending of verbatim and physical theatre forms makes for a moving exploration of historical homophobic violence.