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Taken at Midnight Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Theatre  Mark Hayhurst’s fascinating and intelligent play - which premiered in Chichester in October - makes a smooth transition into the West End.

Educating Rita The Mill at Sonning

Theatre  Aside from an incongruous mix of props such as a laptop, 35mm slide projector and a paper model of Shakespeare’s Globe, as well as a few subtle script changes, there is little to fault in Sonning’s production of Educating Rita.

Teechers Wilde Theatre, South Hill Park, Bracknell

Theatre  Blackeyed Theatre, known for its acclaimed, challenging productions, has produced some great stuff in the past 10 years as one of Berkshire’s premier mid-scale touring companies.

My Night With Reg Apollo Theatre, London

Theatre  Last year the Donmar Warehouse celebrated the 20th anniversary of Kevin Elyot’s award-winning play with its first major London revival.

Royal Central School Of Speech And Drama BA Acting Showcase 2015 Fortune Theatre, London

Student Showcase  An exceptional showcase kicks off with a surprising choice of duologue.

Oktobre - London International Mime Festival Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London

Light Entertainment  More than cabaret, less than circus, Oktobre is a potpourri of acts anchored by a concept that has the slippery logic of a dream.

Onegin Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

Dance  John Cranko was not the first choreographer to portray real human beings rather than mythic swans and sylphs.

Out of the Cage Park Theatre, London

Theatre  The pursuit of equal rights and pay by a group of east London female munitions workers during the First World War is brought to life in an informal, almost confidential setting.

Theatre Re: Blind Man’s Song Jacksons Lane, London

Theatre  A blend of physical theatre, mime, dance, music and illusion, Theatre Re’s latest work is a heady concoction - it looks like a Samuel Beckett play designed by Magritte.

Oppenheimer Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Theatre  Tom Morton-Smith’s engaging account of the life and legacy of the ‘father of the atomic bomb’, J Robert Oppenheimer, walks a fine line.