Jonathan Freedland has turned 180,000 words drawn from interviews into a potent verbatim play about antisemitism and the blindspots of liberal institutions. The results feel urgent – but is its remit simply too large?
It was the energy of the baroque gem Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda that first drew choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh, but its enigmatic heroine became an obsession. She explains why she has given Clorinda a new story – and an extra body
The fate of Jewish people is to be seen through a lens clouded by centuries of myth and imaginings. For a new play, I spoke to 12 British Jews whose stories illustrate the painful – and even bloody – consequences
In Lullaby for Scavengers, the no-holds-barred performance artist returns to outfox and outrage audiences. He talks about trying to snog his mother, bathing with maggots and being an ‘old white dinosaur’