Moments of dark humour are scattered throughout Edition #6 of the Royal Court’s Living Newspaper but elsewhere it is a bit more hit and miss.
Find out what critics had to say about Clean Break’s production of Inside Bitch, looking at the representation of women in prison…
Inside Bitch is a messy but enjoyable counter-balance to the usual women-in-prison scenarios. Roll on Clean Break.
Inside Bitch, a new show about representations of women’s prisons in the media, is quite good fun, but a bit pointless.
The Royal Court Theatre has announced its new season of work, running from February to August 2019, features the premiere of writer Jack Thorne’s new play the end of history… directed by John Tiffany.
There is a real energy to McAllister’s creation of Kes, a buzz which infects you as she sits down beside you and looks you straight in the eye. It’s a commanding performance, of the kind which doesn’t allow you to do anything but believe implicitly in what she says.
Tickets go on sale today for the Royal Court Theatre’s temporary theatre space The Site, “an experiment in design, collaboration and process” curated by Royal Court Associate Designer Chloe Lamford.