An exploration of the 21st century corset renaissance, spurred by icons from Madonna to McQueen.
Cambridge, choirs, colleges and everything else
"From the moment you step into this play the direct ‘in-yer-face’ nature of the performance is abundantly clear."
Charlie Rogers talks black-box theatre and responds to recent Oxfess controversy
A change of persona can yield new creative space and energy.
“Although he and Enron fall, the people who fall with it fall more” – Sour Peach Productions present a compelling and absurd take on the real-life financial scandal
It is very easy to be lulled into a false empowerment by the critical process, believing that the role can be as creative as can be observational.
Exploring the life and work of an acclaimed Portuguese writer, at the heart of which lies the desire to discover.
The modern-day 'anorexia memoir' has its origin in the genre of medieval saints' lives
Rourke brings a fresh take on the fraught relationship between two women ruling in a man’s world.