Culture | September 23, 2019

Review: Antony Gormley

Works from this giant Antony Gormley retrospective are drawn from four decades of output, but they f (...Read More)

Culture | September 13, 2019

Review: William Blake

William Blake isn’t just an artist, he’s a figure almost as mythical as those he committed to pa (...Read More)

Culture | September 6, 2019

Review: Hansard

George Osborne was in the audience for this blistering political drama by debut playwright Simon Woo (...Read More)

Culture | August 22, 2019

Review: The Doctor

Robert Icke approaches a classic play the way a mechanic might approach a motor, breaking it down to (...Read More)

Culture | July 11, 2019

Review: Peter Gynt

Before the curtain rose for this reimagining of Ibsen’s allegorical play Peer Gynt, audience membe (...Read More)

Culture | June 28, 2019

Review: The Damned

The Damned continues Dutch theatre director Ivo van Hove’s obsession with adaptations, with his oe (...Read More)

Culture | June 28, 2019

Review: The Hunt

The Hunt, a tale of a man’s world crumbling around him in the wake of false accusations of paedoph (...Read More)