Following successful transfers to Brussels and to La Scala, Milan, Deborah Warner’s staging of Britten’s last opera returns to the Coliseum for a second run.
Kneehigh’s revival and reworking of the old Cornish romance is exuberant, adventurous theatre, by turns clever, poignant, passionate, sexy and cheerfully daft.
Stephanie Williams’ beautifully detailed, messy traverse set takes us right into the kitchen-cum-living room of the graduate house share from hell.
The characters in this brooding exploration of parental love, romance and bereavement are permanently on edge - pent-up, sweating and ready to snap.
In Marie Jones’ Stones in His Pockets, which became a long-running West End hit in 2000, a small rural Irish town is thrown into the spotlight as the location for the making of a big Hollywood film, with its locals being conscripted as extras.
The story of Laurel and Hardy’s rise to fame, told from beyond the grave by the two men themselves, is a poignant and beautifully crafted theatrical tribute.
As part of The Spitalfields Summer Music Festival, this aesthetic exchange between ancient and modern appears an unlikely collaboration.
Celebrations of the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth are taking place in 39 countries, such is the widespread appeal of one of our greatest composers.
Rain or Shine Theatre Company clearly believes fiercely in getting the play out to its audiences whatever the weather.
Just as the story of Blood Wedding is a tale of passionate highs and desperate lows, so is this production that oscillates between scenes of well-acted, gripping drama and over-egged, melodramatic episodes.
The graduates of the final Advanced Performance Diploma 2013 at City Lit take to the stage offering an exciting and diverse range of songs and dramatic scenes directed with panache by Vivienne Rochester.
In this new musical by Paul Rayfield, the government has resolved to privatise the settlement of all paternity claims to a television show called Payback - a cross between Judge Judy and Jeremy Kyle.
The full house here is testament to the perfection of the musical offering and the quality of the Kilworth House experience.
When Seth Rudetsky commands “Dish!” to Broadway legend Patti LuPone, it’s clear we’re not going to get some hagiographic career retrospective.
Fans of Aziz Ansari’s character in the cult US show Parks and Recreation, Tom Haverford, who have not seen Ansari live might not be too surprised to find that his stand-up persona has a better work ethic than his sitcom alter ego does.