Thomas Cox previews Dimensions Festival ahead of its third run in Croatia this August.
Punk Rock will linger in the memory long after the curtain is drawn. Tom Cox reviews
Two months on from the Edinburgh Fringe festival, Jordan Licht and Thomas Cox ponder some of the shows they still can't stop talking about, and pick out some acts to watch out for this winter.
Where the White Stops is a balmy relief from the hordes of desperate comics and uncomfortable theatre Fringe is flooded with. Thomas Cox reviews
Thomas Cox explores war imagery, to find out that the photographer is much more than a passive bystander.
Although eager to see what this globally acclaimed performer could offer, Thomas Cox is thoroughly disappointed.
Thomas Cox reviews TFTV's triptych of plays, which map York's confectionery history.
Thomas Cox reviews A Monster Calls, a children's novel that has been making a commotion in the literary world as adults reading to their children realise they're enjoying the novel more than they probably should.
A fun pantomime-like atmosphere brought rhythm and camaraderie to the small Studio space. Thomas Cox reviews.