REVIEWS

The past is a foreign country. Whatever problems the Bolshoi Ballet company has had are history. They now live in the present. And their...

Spoilers: this review of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child contains some description of the plot and production design. We are confident that the...

Luke Sheppard’s production of Clive King’s timeless children’s classic Stig of the Dump is, quite appropriately, a bottomless pit of excitement. It has music,...

In his signature production at this season’s Grosvenor Park Open Air Festival, company artistic director Alex Clifton demonstrates how apt Storyhouse is as the...

Presented as part of Horizons, the Young Vic’s season exploring the lives of refugees in the UK, Now We Are Here tells the story...

The sky has fallen down. Splint Theatre’s debut production takes a metaphor relating to great loss and turns it into a literal scenario, Out...

“I’ve got to do something pure and true”, declares the Marx-reading juvenile lead of Rodgers and Hart’s 1937 musical Babes in Arms. “I’ve got...

Berlioz’s light comedy fillets Much Ado about Nothing, concentrating on the sparring between Stephanie d’Oustrac’s Beatrice and Paul Appleby’s Benedict – both roles immaculately...

You can say a lot in 15 minutes. Caryl Churchill’s newest play, like her previous short pieces Ding Dong the Wicked and Seven Jewish...

On one of the hottest days of the year the beautiful grounds of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens plays host to Chapterhouse Theatre, a company...

Playwright Annabel Wigoder has transformed Lewis Carroll’s long nonsense poem into a lively and charming piece of theatre. The Hunting of the Snark has been...

The combination of the following words “interactive Sherlock Holmes mystery-solving show” sounds like it’s come out of a generator designed to extract money from...
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