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REVIEWS

Opera, of course, this isn’t – though Richard Ayres has already composed two of them: The Cricket Recovers, a success at its Aldeburgh launch...

First seen at London’s Arcola Theatre in 2014, Barney Norris’ play about a couple facing up to the fact that they can no longer stay...

Though the title of Rob Hayes’ 2014 play is unashamedly provocative and unquestionably memorable, the piece itself is a fraught, often funny and ultimately...

Annette Bening and Tracy Letts both come out swinging in this new Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s 1947 indictment of the American dream. But...

Taylor Mac, the radically subversive theatre artist, and Nathan Lane, America’s stage comedy sweetheart, make an unlikely pairing. Lane is the star of Mac’s new...

America’s recent past is on trial in Lucas Hnath’s Hillary and Clinton, which finds the couple in a New Hampshire hotel room ahead of...

On the night that would have been Merce Cunningham’s 100th birthday, dancers on three stages in London, New York and Los Angeles honoured the...

Former children's laureate Michael Morpurgo has already lauded the Barn Theatre’s adaptation of his African morality play, The Butterfly Lion, as so impressive that...

Emma Dennis-Edwards’ piercing one-woman show, a Fringe First winner in Edinburgh last year, powerfully picks apart the individualism that often lurks beneath success-against-the-odds stories. Seventeen-year-old...

With evident glee, Josie Rourke has pulled out all the stops for her final production as artistic director at the Donmar Warehouse. Andy Warhol's Factory...

Significantly reworked from its Broadway incarnation, Michael Fentiman’s Amélie sticks closer to the tone of Jeunet and Laurant’s beloved 2001 movie, and the result...

For the second year running, Pegasus Opera is presenting the UK premieres of two one-act operas – one serious, one comic – by the...
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