Posts Tagged ‘2017’


Mina by Nataly Lebouleux looks at the use of Conversion Therapy to ‘cure’ same-sex attraction. Using film, evocative lighting and light boxes, physical theatre and performance art, this is at times a very beautiful show. ¬†The performer spends a large part of the show trapped in a transparent box, initially tearing paper, then with images… Continue Reading →

An early look at 2017

If you’re starting to plan the first couple of months of 2017, here’s a few ideas: At the Royal Exchange, a co-production with Graeae Theatre Company presents The House of Bernarda Alba by Lorca. ¬†Graeae are ‘a force for change in world-class theatre, breaking down barriers, challenging preconceptions, championing diversity across the sector and boldly… Continue Reading →