Ludovic Ondiviela’s hip interpretation never dips below the surface of this classic
Culture Shock: A report finds the Gate’s audience has it in a chokehold – but rather than pander to its audience’s supposed tastes, it needs to cultivate an appetite for adventure
Two volunteers on a drugs trial begin to have some strange attractions in Lucy Prebble’s love-sceptical play
Derbhle Crotty and Denis Conway reach deep for this portrait of middle-aged despair
Harold Pinter’s vicious play is all about the oppressors. How can cruelty and civility sit so comfortably together?
The women of Greek myth are rescued from passivity and victimhood in Joanna Crawley’s contemporary piece of dance-theatre
Corn Exchange’s marvellous, witty creation brings house down at the Abbey
Ballet Ireland changes direction, after 20 years in business
Children are interested in the same ideas as adults, the director of ‘Jeramee, Hartleby and Oooglemore’ says. You just have to present them the right way
In her first interview in her new role, Selina Cartmell, only the fourth artistic director in the Gate's 90-year history, discusses her plans for the theatre's future
‘Limmy’s Show!’ had more ideas in one episode than most comedy series manage in a full run. Yet Brian Limond remains something of a best kept secret. Could his new book change that?
Dancers from 11 countries to perform in 40 events over 10-day programme
The first tranche of acts is announced hours after the festival sells out
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