French writer-director Régis Roinsard keeps the audience guessing until the very last minute in this literary whodunit, which is every bit as cunning as it is thrilling.
State Theatre Company makes a gripping return to the Her Majesty’s stage with a gratifyingly claustrophobic reimagining of Patrick Hamilton’s enduring psychological thriller.
This drama about a KKK member’s road to redemption is a timely retelling with a message that seems to need constant repeating.
Australian director Kitty Green takes us through a day in the life of a movie mogul’s assistant in a tense exposé of film industry power dynamics as seen from the bottom rung.
Sam Simmons brings his unique brand of weirdness back to the stage, delivering an absurdist diversion from post-apocalyptic gloom, environmental disaster and panic buying. ★★★ ½
Cold Blood blends theatre, film, dance and storytelling to create a whimsical miniature world that is unlike anything you have seen before.