It was the last to close and the first to open; for our August Theatre Review, Jess Steadman tells us exactly why Six – a feminist retelling of the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives – is the musical the world needed.
Francesca Duke reviews the best and the worst of stage to screen adaptations.
As we more out of the pandemic, online theatre is in danger of being left behind as a lockdown necessity. Sophie McDonald explores why online theatre is needed well after the pandemic.
Amelie Bhaluani reviews the National Theatre’s production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, a timeless classic retold and reimagined for a live-theatre TV screening.
Alice Main reviews the Playhouse’s virtual Greek play, ‘Orestes’.
Alex Burgar discusses the last year in comedy through her own experience, and the potential future of stand-up in a post-covid world.
Amelie Bhaluani reviews Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in anticipation of the return of the West End.
Senior editor for Culture Gaia Clark Nevola previews the new play ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’.
Zoe Lambert reviews the National Theatre’s Twelfth Night, a passionate and explorative gender-fluid production.
Jess Steadman explores how the Globe reopening will represent a return of all things positive.