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Secret Life of Humans at the New Diorama Theatre

Secret Life of Humans is a journey into the (hi)story of mankind, striking for its visual, critical, and ambitiously universal approach.

Bouncing in and out the contemporary story of Jamie and Ava and that of Jamie’s grandfather, Jacob “Bruno” Bronowski (1908-1974), the play scrutinises our lives both as individuals and as a members of the same species. 534 more words

All In, by ATRESBANDES, at the New Diorama Theatre (review)

I wasn’t sure what to make of All In, by experimental Barcelona-based theatre group ATRESBANDES (written in capitals and meaning ‘gang of three’), when I watched it on Wednesday at the New Diorama Theatre.  622 more words


★★★ Love, Language and Law: New Writing about Freedom of Speech

Charlotte Pegram reviews Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons at Summerhall, Edinburgh

We’re often told that we take our freedom of speech for granted, but Sam Steiner takes this idea to an extreme in his debut play… 339 more words