A caravan plays host to an exploration of social mobility in 21st century Britain as part of Orbit 2017
Anuli Changa reviews Daniel Bye’s interactive mediation on borders, part of Orbit 2017
Orla Quilligan reviews Javaad Alipoor’s exploration of what it is to be a young Muslim man today. Part of Orbit 2017
Theatre Editor Sophie Graci chats to the company behind Edinburgh Fringe hit We Are Ian, now part of HOME’s Orbit Festival 2017
The destruction of an ancient city inspires the breakdown of a relationship in Palmyra
The politics of the EU are explored through the relationship between two performers in Eurohouse, reviewed by Anna Merabishvili. Part of Orbit 2017.
Sex and violence are inexorably linked in Scottee’s memoir of working class masculinity, reviewed by Theatre Editor Sophie Graci. Part of Orbit 2017
Anna Merabishvili reviews the touring production at HOME.
Four members of the Drama Society committee tell us the best thing they have seen in the last year.
Dealing with the seemingly banal problems of theatre will keep it alive – so why are theatre critics being so dismissive of them? Theatre Editor Sophie Graci explores
Does the beautiful game belong on a field or in the theatre? Jade Fox reviews We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera
Jade Fox reviews Octagon Theatre Bolton’s revival of Andrea Dunbar’s seminal classic