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Beckett Triple Bill review – ticklish satire and quiet melancholy

Harold Pinter spoke of Samuel Beckett as the most remorseless of writers. “The more he grinds my nose in the shit, the more...

The week in theatre: Cuttin’ It; The Girl With Glitter in...

Happenstance is responsible for the fact that all three pieces reviewed this week are made and, mostly, presented by women of diverse backgrounds...

Rob Delaney: ‘As my career took off, my son got sick’

Rob Delaney is on a canoe, sailing down the North American waterways with a massive lump of cheese in his mouth. Not literally;...

Les Misérables review – just hear these people sing!

What’s the sign that you’ve seen a great musical? You wake up the next morning with the score racing through your head? Check....

Crufts – the musical! Cat fan writes tribute to top dog...

Tom Hooper’s extravagant blockbuster may have given cats all the attention but a lovably scruffy new stage musical puts their canine rivals in...

Cirque du Soleil: Luzia review – sometimes bigger really is better

Many contemporary circus groups sell themselves as the anti-Cirque du Soleil, the international entertainment juggernaut standing as a symbol of slick, some would...

Clint Dyer on Death of England: 'It's radical for black people...

As a child, Clint Dyer only ever wanted to be a footballer and, by the age of 15, he was well on his...