Three Kingdoms: Simon Stephens and Sebastian Nübling

Not considered suitable for under 16s or British mainstream theatre critics I found Three Kingdoms a bit of a joyride. Sit forward on your seat in the first half, enjoy […]

Avant-garde theatre: Britain has lost what little nerve it had

There’s something appealing about the term ‘avant-garde’. Perhaps because it doesn’t evoke a particular form of work. In spite of the clichés mentioned here, for me it doesn’t conjure up eyeball […]

Transcribing the imaginary performance

Kind of a provocation (or perhaps rant) Since the sixties, the playwright Tom Stoppard has been stating the fact that: A text is an event, not a text. A script […]