Behind The Beautiful Forevers is not a play for the faint-hearted. Murders, shocking suicides, corruption, foul language and deep injustices are all competing for attention. But there’s no [...]
We sent Tom Hunt to check out Killing Roger, a play that brings the issue of assisted dying to life
A life-changing, life-saving invention, the Play Pump provides easy access to clean water.
Across the City of London in June and July this year, 30 pianos were to be found in skate parks, launderettes, train stations and other public spaces.
A compelling one-woman show has recently received excellent reviews. This play gives audiences an engrossing insight into the life of Rachel Carson ñ the legendary ecologist, writer and biologist.
Alison Wilson Smith takes us on a trip down memory lane ñ a time whenchildren walked to school, climbed the neighbours' trees for conkers,entertained themselves outside all day.
A house in the Forest of Dean is being transformed by the
ASHA Foundation into an interfaith retreat centre for young people.
Purple Broccoli Theatre returns for its third tour of S.T.A.R. Following two extremely successful tours of Croydon primary schools in 2005.
Playright, a Hospital Play Service, has been using fun and play to help young patients and their families in 10 Hong Kong hospitals. Since 1994, they have been building playgrounds, organising [...]