Dance of Death review – lethally dull Strindberg staging
31, May, 2022 @10:00 PM
Plan your week’s theatre: top tickets
04, Jan, 2016 @7:00 AM
Do strong female roles in theatre make audiences feel uncomfortable?
Mark Shenton and Liz Hoggard
03, Oct, 2015 @3:00 PM
Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern review – a heady brew of sex and sorcery
29, Sep, 2015 @11:51 AM
The Invisible review – passionate legal-aid drama needs cross-examination
09, Jul, 2015 @12:13 PM
Rebecca Lenkiewicz: this government is 'determined to crush the poor'
07, Jul, 2015 @8:43 AM
The Turn of the Screw – review
Rebecca Lenkiewicz's overheated new version of Henry James' masterly short story hams up the horror and the Freudian hints, writes Michael Billington
25, Jan, 2013 @5:40 PM
Playwright Rebecca Lenkiewicz: 'I had evil thoughts as a child'
Rebecca Lenkiewicz makes emotionally charged dramas about marginalised women. She tells Maddy Costa how adapting The Turn of the Screw brought back haunting memories of her own
20, Jan, 2013 @7:59 PM
Women in theatre: why do so few make it to the top?
An all-female Julius Caesar has just hit the stage, but it's a rarity in theatre. In a special report, Charlotte Higgins asks leading figures why women are still underrepresented at every level of the business – and what needs to change
10, Dec, 2012 @7:30 PM
Twelfth Night; Tiger Country; The Painter – review
Peter Hall directs his daughter Rebecca in a sweet Twelfth Night while son Edward puts Hampstead back on track with Nina Raine's sharp hospital drama, writes Susannah Clapp
23, Jan, 2011 @12:06 AM
Arcola and Bush theatres move on to bigger London stages
Mark Brown, arts correspondent
26, Dec, 2010 @5:57 PM
Faeries – review
The most beguiling aspect of Faeries, at the Linbury Studio, London, is the seamless intermingling of choreography, acting and puppetry, writes Sanjoy Roy
14, Dec, 2010 @10:31 PM
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