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REVIEWS

Finegan Kruckemeyer’s children’s fable tells the story of three triplet sisters who are reluctantly abandoned by their father in the forest and must find...

Rambert’s new artistic director Benoit Swan Pouffer has made a bold but dubious statement of intent with his initial programme, bringing in French commercial...

Andrew Norris' musical began life in 2004 as a nostalgic pastiche of the Australian soap operas Neighbours and Home and Away, set to the...

Testament is a compassionate fable about coming to terms with grief, albeit one wearing the trappings of an edgy mental health drama with vague...

John Godber's 1982 play Happy Jack is a two-hander based on the lives of Godber's grandparents: Jack – a "hard man" miner who writes...

In an increasingly crowded field, this immersive dining experience-slash-cheeky cash-in created by Ami Stidolph and Sam Carrack, and based on the dizzyingly popular HBO...

Even though Amanda Whittington’s play was written more than 20 years ago, and it’s set in the mid-1960s, there's something eerily prescient about Be...

Ugliness runs through Anchuli Felicia King’s play. White Pearl is a scathing, gleefully nasty corporate satire set in the Singapore headquarters of an Asian...

Premiered in Berlin in 2007, Hans Werner Henze’s penultimate opera takes a classical legend and toys creatively with it. Christian Lehnert’s libretto possesses multiple facets,...

Stephen Mear’s production of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s horror-musical about a bad-ass, bloodthirsty plant paradoxically manages to find something new in the material...

When Susan Sarandon finally ceases her persistent upbeat chatter in Jesse Eisenberg’s new play Happy Talk, the resulting awkward silence does not feel wholly...

Tennessee Williams’ 1957 play is an intriguing cocktail of the mythic and gothic, laced with racial ugliness. It is a reworking of an earlier...
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