An ENO version of Medea ignores its subversive possibilities as a vision of imperial plunder and betrayal
"We can play one or two songs," remarks guitarist James Hoare as Veronica Falls start to wrap up their encore.
A moving new play recounts the story of one of Britain's first black football players whose pioneering life was blighted by racism
The Welsh National Opera's production of Janacek's opera about the turbulent life and love of a fox - the cunning little vixen of its title - is the last in the line of the strong women which brings its short season of "free spirit" operas to a triumphant finale.
Can experimental theatre also connect emotionally?
A new adaptation of a Harper Lee classic on the consequences of racial bigotry and hypocrisy is still a potent drama
Phoenix Dance Theatre's new quadruple bill opens with a piece that seems to deliberately challenge their reputation for innovative contemporary choreography.
A tale of lost love, miscommunication, betrayal and money, Consumed is theatre for grown-ups.
As our rulers flog arms around the globe, Brecht's play on the tragic consequences of war profiteering still strikes a chord
Tanztheater Wuppertal, the company created by groundbreaking choreographer Pina Bausch, marked four decades of its revolutionary presence at the forefront of experimental dance theatre with these two remarkable performances.