An unapologetic celebration of theatricality in all its glorious, glamorous, shady and seedy forms, Wise Children allows Rice to do what she (and Carter) does best, which is to tell stories about the very base aspects of what it is to be human in the most magical, dark and captivating ways.
By Fun in the Oven Theatre in collaboration with Teatro en Vilo York Theatre Royal, 22 Nov 2018 Through physical theatre and contemporary sound design, Fun in the Oven and Teatro en Vilo aim to offer rare insight into the lives of the oft-forgotten heroines of the munitions workers dubbed the Canary Girls. Canary is […]
by Charlotte Keatley London Classic Theatre York Theatre Royal, 20 November Charlotte Keatley’s My Mother Said I Never Should is an important play for me. When I was 17 my wonderful drama teacher chose it as our A Level performance piece; we studied it, rehearsed it, spoke about it and our own experiences of being […]
By Gecko 17th October, York Theatre Royal After an international tour and a run at the wonderful Battersea Arts Centre during which their set was destroyed by a fire and incredibly rebuilt in just eight days, York has the privilege of hosting physical theatre company Gecko’s Missing. Despite, or perhaps precisely because of, the rich […]
This year we milked the Great Yorkshire Fringe for all it was worth. We went to two or three shows a day almost every day of the festival; some were great, some not so much, but I had a great time regardless. “Oh, all the blog posts I shall write!”, I cried with unbridled optimism […]
I’ve been desperate to give Cosy Club a visit ever since it opened a couple of months or so ago; it’s exactly my kind of food, all the cocktails sound amazing and it couldn’t be in a more incredible building. But alas, every time Danman and I plan a meal and I suggest this place, […]