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★★★☆☆ Drawn from Jonathan Young's own experience, Betroffenheit is a bleak unrelenting stare at raw human grief.
★★★★☆ Great value in this accomplished presentation of a period piece, but not without irony.
★★★★☆ Celebratory and harrowing, Maqoma demands to be seen and heard.
★★★★☆ Full of fluid realities, Institute is visceral, troubling but beautifully wrought theatre that tugs at your emotions.
★★★★★ All of human life is here, brilliantly juxtaposed both with and without clothes.
★★★★☆ Rules are joyfully bent and broken in four explorations of the new.
★★★★☆ Bonachela's company brings out the beast in man, and the man in the beast.
★★★½☆ Guerin creates an intriguing world of shadows and light with a sinister beauty.
★★★☆☆ Beautiful production, not exactly groundbreaking, harks back to golden age of ballet.
★★★½☆ Immersive Indigenous installations enthrall, though rain affects play.