REVIEWS

Waiting in an airport lounge for a delayed flight is never fun. Anxiety competes with frustration and boredom in a place seemingly designed for...

"Life is a moderately good play with a badly written third act." That's Breakfast at Tiffany's writer, Truman Capote, as quoted in the programme....

Exposure the Musical has been 12 years in the making. But even after all that time it looks terribly exposed. Andrew Lloyd Webber recently...

First produced at the Royal Court in 2010, A Fistful of Collars is one of the earliest of the theatre’s collaborations with writer Fred...

This year, the centenary of the Easter Rising, has already seen Sean Holmes direct a major revival of Sean O’Casey’s The Plough and the...

As You Like It often feels like a jigsaw of a play and some of the plot points are so implausible that they defy...

The end-of-the-pier show was once a national institution.  A regular gig for variety acts, its popularity only really began to suffer as the British seaside...

This year's Chichester musical centrepiece production is billed as "the new flash bang wallop! musical". But it it’s actually been reworked from a vintage...

The past is a foreign country. Whatever problems the Bolshoi Ballet company has had are history. It now lives in the present. And its...

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...
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