Battersea Arts Centre announces a season of groundbreaking and playful work (April to July 2021) which explores fresh ways of living differently and sharing experiences.
Comedy and vulgarity join forces as Lucy McCormick chronicles history’s strong women in Post Popular at the Soho Theatre.
What an achievement Effigies of Wickedness is. I adored it. It lifted me, and it broke me. It’s a godsend, a wondrous co-production between the Gate and the English National Opera.
I’m loving the line-up for May so I’ve all my fingers crossed that you’ll find something in this list for you too.
Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties at the Southwark Playhouse was as funny, uplifting and as life-reaffirming as I’d hoped – a glorious blend of cabaret, drag and theatre that, alone, would have made for a great night out.
In Jen Silverman’s play Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties, staged at the Southwark Playhouse, there are five characters who all have the same name, but are different as can be.
Edinburgh Fringe hit Lucy McCormick: Triple Threat gets its London premiere at Soho Theatre, where it opens in March.
From the moment she processes onto the stage, fairy-lit umbrella held aloft, in what can only be described as a ‘gown’, to the strains of Yair Evnine’s electric cello, you know you are in the presence of Fringe royalty.