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Preview: The Pillowman

Dark comedies have the ability to delight, entertain and disturb, and none more so than The Pillowman. Author Katurian is interviewed by two detectives...

EnableUS: Director's Cut Review

As the seconds tick by during Director’s Cut, it seems an unprecedented act of cruelty that human beings didn’t become extinct before the invention...

Preview: One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors is not an easy play to describe. Based on an 18th-century Italian  commedia dell’ arte piece and transported to 1960s...

Preview: Female Transport

Since the arrival of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black there has been a ceaseless interest in female incarceration. From the recent documentary TV...

EnableUS: As a Tiger in the Jungle Review

It's the mark of a great story when it lives with you long after you've seen it, and for As a Tiger in the...

EnableUS: Status Review

Status is a thought-provoking journey into national identity and what it means to be a citizen of a country. The story was built around a...

EnableUS: The Kite Review

The Wrong Crowd’s latest play, The Kite, tells the emotional tale of a recently orphaned young girl (Amy Blair) who moves in with her...

Preview: Mark Thomas – Check Up: Our NHS at 70

Mark Thomas is one of the funniest performers around. However, when asked to describe his comedy to someone that had never seen him, he...

EnableUS: Beyond Belief Review

The quest for immortality is age old. Over 2,200 years ago, the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang became enamoured with the idea...

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