William Golding’s tale gets a cosmetic update, and drags its colonial baggage with it
How do you root for an underdog when he is destined to be eaten by the rest of the characters?
Ekaterina Bortyakova shines in this production of perhaps the most famous classical ballet in the world
The play uses a physical language to communicate with a young audience
Trapped in a holiday created by Ingmar Bergman that’s given ghostly life on stage, can Beth Cooke’s Karin escape?
Walsh’s new play is designed in conjunction with Ireland’s current miasma of debt, eviction and repossession
A chilling and challenging piece shows how far equality and gay rights have come in Northern Ireland – and how far is left to go
The Bourne formula remains fruitful
Is gingerism light-hearted fun, or the seeds of a more malevolent prejudice?
The challenge of this Halloween entertainment is to splice fairy tales into horror stories in pursuit of sincere scares
Charm and sentiment dominate in a story of multiple marriages in 16th-century France
Charm and sentiment dominate in a story of multiple marriages – forced, mixed, secret, or not – in 16th-century France
Can a couple who share their bathroom routine keep anything hidden from each other?
The title of consummate Swiss clown Martin Zimmermann’s new show is a breezy salute. But is his sometimes sour persona really seeking a connection?
A surreal and winding visual trip from a young Belgian theatre company
The cast struggle to make an impression in an opera that never gets off the ground
Over the ceremonial preparation of a South Indian dessert, a husband and wife and 12 drummers can all stand the heat
The ghosts of the deceased mingle on stage with the living in a production that moulds Mascagni’s opera into a fascinating whole
What starts out as a lame script turns desperate and then ugly, and all for the love of Garth
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