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The Trial of Jane Fonda

Underwhelming account of Jane Fonda’s visit to Hanoi in 1972 feels more like history than theatre...

Lovecraft's Monsters

Free solo show about Lovecraft and his horror fiction will leave you feeling unsatisfied...

The Wolf from the Door

Rory Mullarkey’s tricky new play contains passages which are rallying, angry and necessary, but it also seems wedded to an absurdist mode of expression which ends up undermining its raw, odd energy.
The play embeds a radical narrative within a quintessentially English landscape of morris dancing, Eccles cakes and suburban supermarkets. The captivating Anna Chancellor plays the aristocratic Lady Catherine,...

Xerxes

Nicholas Hytner’s Oliver award-winning 1985 production of Handel’s Xerxes has aged well, if it’s aged much at all. David Fielding’s designs place the action in an 18th-century London pleasure garden, even making a feature of Roubiliac’s famous statue of Handel for the Vauxhall Gardens. Objets and curios appear in display cases; the mountainous city of Persepolis is an exotic, arid...

Ghost From a Perfect Place

Written in 1994, the brittle themes and violent action of Philip Ridley’s play shocked audiences and divided critical opinion while cementing ‘in-yer-face’-style theatre with contemporary audiences. Twenty years later the graphic detail of its narrative may have less of an impact but it’s the broad, poetic theatricality of the piece that emerges as its strongest element.
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    • Brian Conley talks to Matt Hemley about how his stage roles have taken him to new heights in showbiz
    • "I look, quite frankly, like a thug." Careers advice from John Byrne on the pros and cons of being typecast
    • Andrew Plaice talks to Toby Jones about training, breaks and the return of Dad's Army
    • Life stages: Susan Elkin talks to Polka Theatre artistic director Peter Glanville, while Catherine Love explores Home Sweet Home, a community production for the older generation
    • Plus... how apps are changing the theatre experience for the hard of hearing and foreign-language audiences
The Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, London. Photo: Noel Foster