Review: Crave

Emily Garside Sarah Kane’s work is that of true experiment in writing. It’s always fascinating when a writer’s work becomes so quickly enshrined that examination of what makes it so is almost forgotten. But the right production will also make an audience interrogate the text as much as the performance. […]

Review: Keyhole by Matthew G. Rees

Jon Gower An Arthur Machen epigram to this supremely confident debut collection of short stories tells of the unknown world which is “…in truth, about us everywhere, everywhere near to our feet; the thinnest veil separates us from it, the door in the wall of the next street communicates with […]

Review: Saethu Cwningod / Shooting Rabbits

Emily Garside Powderhouse are Sherman Theatre’s newest company in residence, and Saethu Cwningod/Shooting Rabbits is their debut production. A bilingual company, they are Chelsey Gillard and Jac Ifan Moore. Both have a history with Sherman, having developed their careers in part via the Sherman Theatre’s sector-leading scheme the JMK / […]