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aleks sierz

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Aleks is author of In-Yer-Face Theatre and Rewriting the Nation, co-editor of theatreVOICE website, and works as a journalist, broadcaster and theatre critic at large.

Articles By Aleks Sierz

[Blank], Donmar Warehouse review - strong but dispiriting

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A History of Water in the Middle East, Royal Court review - feminist dreams and passions

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Baby Reindeer, Bush Theatre review - break, break, breaking Gadd

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A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Trafalgar Studios review - tragi-comic masterpiece

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Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp., Royal Court review - still experimental after all these years

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Two Ladies, Bridge Theatre review - Cvitešić and Wanamaker really rock

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The King of Hell’s Palace, Hampstead Theatre review - Chinese scandal freezes the blood

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Chiaroscuro, Bush Theatre review - music, sweet, sweet music

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Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation, Royal Court review - brilliant meta-theatrical experience

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Hansard, National Theatre review - starry argument ends poorly

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The Doctor, Almeida Theatre review - Robert Icke's long goodbye

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Go Bang Your Tambourine, Finborough Theatre review - out-dated and long-winded

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The Night of the Iguana, Noël Coward Theatre review - Clive Owen and Lia Williams burn bright

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Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner, Royal Court review - memes, memories and meanings

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Rust, Bush Theatre review - slender yet invigorating

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Europe, Donmar Warehouse review - timely, tender, brutal and brilliant

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Man vs Bee, Netflix review - or should it be Bee vs Bean?

Rowan Atkinson’s strange little comedy (written by Will Davies) is the story of Trevor Bingley, a rather pitiable late-middle-aged man who finds a...

Così fan tutte, Royal Opera review - vibrant youth and vocal...

Irish soprano Jennifer Davis, a stunning Elsa in this Royal Opera season's revival of Wagner’s Lohengrin, was the lure to sit through Jan...

Album: Gwenno - Tresor

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The Fellowship, Hampstead Theatre review - strong clashes, t...

I live in Brixton, south London. A few days ago, the borough’s aptly named Windrush Square hosted events which celebrated the contribution of the...

Moon, 66 Questions review - captivating daughter-father dram...

It takes some confidence for a first-time feature director to interrupt her essentially realistic...

Stanislav Aseyev: In Isolation - Dispatches from Occupied Do...

Stanislav Aseyev is a Ukrainian writer who came in from the...

We (Nous) review - a low-key look at life in the suburbs of...

Director Alice Diop read an article by Pierre Bergounioux in which he described how he began writing to draw attention to his overlooked neck of...

theartsdesk in Zurich - forging a brilliant new Ring

Could this be the summer Bayreuth finally sees a new Ring production that comes anywhere near its last great epic success, Harry Kupfer’s, which...

theartsdesk Q&A: bass-baritone Christopher Purves on com...

He’s the most haunting, at times terrifying Wozzeck I’ve seen, in Richard Jones's Welsh National Opera baked-bean-factory production, and the...