REVIEWS

English National Opera launches its 2016/17 season with a new staging of Mozart’s dark comedy – according to the website Operabase currently No.10 on...

With its version of A Doll’s House, Danish company Fix and Foxy has taken one of the most performed plays in the world and...

Fagin’s Twist reimagines Charles Dickens’ tale of the orphaned Oliver from the viewpoint of the story’s infamous old Jewish pickpocket. Yet, as this dance...

After achieving critical success with The Me Plays last year at the Old Red Lion, Andrew Maddock returns with The We Plays. Two poetic...

Jings, crivvens and help ma boab, Rob Drummond's suitably couthy and faithful adaptation of DC Thomson's The Broons portrays the requisite cliched vision of...

It's good to see Greenwich Theatre, once a major try-out London producing theatre, dipping its toes back into originating shows with this co-production with...

With this resonating and beautifully judged staging of Diane Samuels’ affecting 1992 Verity Bargate Award-winning drama, Lou Stein has perceptively solemnised his residency as...

“Work. Enjoy. Improve.” A sign above the acting space provides a sardonic counterpoint to the desperate crisis unfolding below in Katherine Soper’s heartfelt and...

You rock up at the Barbican. You’re given a white lab coat and goggles. You’re assigned a name and number, and ushered into a...

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace’s latest wartime dance show is so cheesy it should have been called Fromage to Eternity. And its current title...

  If the aim of West Yorkshire Playhouse’s Bronte season is to commission contemporary, unconventional interpretations, then Linda Marshall-Griffiths’ reimagining of Charlotte Bronte’s last novel,...

In later life, playwright Arthur Miller understandably began to address his fear of dementia and death through his work. In Danger: Memory!, the playwright explore...
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