Anuli Changa talks to Lily Sykes, director of ‘The Maids’ at HOME Theatre: discussing neoliberalism, feminism and more
The internationally renowned performance company, Clod Ensemble, blur the boundaries of art and science, and explore the power of the placebo in their latest production
Lauren Ellis-Stretch reviews Sofie Hagen and Jodie Mitchell’s ‘Secret Dinosaur Cult’ at the Manchester Podcast Festival
Anuli Changa previews Pigtails Production’s ‘How to Hide a Lion’ adapted and directed by Peter Glanville
Anuli Changa reviews ‘Future Bodies’, co-produced by HOME and Unlimited Theatre in collaboration with RashDash.
‘ETHAWH’ charts the course of European history over the past 120 years and is like nothing you’ve ever seen before
Agnès Houghton-Boyle interviews Grainne Flynn and Joshua Wilkinson, Contact Theatre’s Young Board members
Anuli Changa talks to Nathan Hamilton about his role as the lead in Antic Disposition’s Cathedral Tour of Shakespeare’s Henry V
Excerpt: Theatre and Arts editors, Anuli Changa and Bella Jewell, meet with Mandy Tootill, one half of the comedic duo bringing burlesque and comedy together
The placebo effect has been known and studied for decades. This panel discussion dissects placebo in the arts, in research and now it is studied for its implications as a legitimate medicine in the future.
Scarlett Gorman reviews Rambert’s ‘Life is a Dream’ at The Lowry
Libby Williamson reviews Take Back: Our Girls, part of The Hope Mill Theatre 3rd Birthday celebrations
Anuli Changa talks to Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham about the ‘Thinking Drinkers’ Pub Crawl’ ahead of its touring visit to The Lowry
Jess Johnstone reviews the National Theatre’s touring version of Macbeth
Urussa Malik reviews Knaïve Theatre’s ‘War With The Newts’ at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Evie Appleson reviews the ‘Leading Ladies’ Cabaret as part of Hope Mill Theatre’s 3rd birthday celebrations.
Agnès Houghton-Boyle reviews the touring company of Rock of Ages at the Palace Theatre