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Rotimi Babatunde’s adaptation of Lola Shoneyin’s prize-winning novel is alive with desire: visceral, physical, blinding desire.
Nina Raine’s play – about lawyers and their private lives – has just transferred from the National Theatre to the West End under the direction of Roger Michell.
Isabelle Dupuy on a special edition of the Radio 4’s The Listening Project, part of a month of performances to celebrate the centenary of women’s suffrage.
Why would men not try to understand what women want? That is the question Ella Hickson sets out to answer in her latest play The Writer.
After witnessing segregation and tribalism at the school gates, actress Félicité Du Jeu wrote Spiked to show “what mothers have in common rather than focus on their differences”.
“Innocence ended: the fight for gun control in a land where guns are valued more than children’s lives”.
Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori have written a fierce, rousing opera celebrating the Civil Rights Movement.
Angry is an anthology of monologues by Philip Ridley, perhaps Britain’s most distinctive living playwright.
In 1958, The Birthday Party was so widely panned it closed after eight performances. Sixty years later, enjoying one of the starriest revivals in the West End.
Yous Two is Georgia Christou’s first play and, crucially, the first Hampstead Downstairs play to be open for press reviews. It is a great choice.
In this part of the world there is a Dry season – during which I’m visiting – and a Wet season so severe that cyclones are regular visitors…