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REVIEWS

Puccini’s evergreen tale of youthful love and loss is only rarely cast with age-appropriate performers. Daisy Evans’ production for Hampstead Garden Opera, a company...

John Webber’s intriguing debut play bides its time. Esther (Lia Burge) and former cab driver Keith (Matt Whitchurch) sit across a table from one another....

Though its title has become a platitude, All’s Well That Ends Well remains one of Shakespeare's lesser-known plays. This ‘problem play’ charts doctor’s daughter Helena’s...

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, and his life and works are being celebrated around the world with exhibitions,...

Kathryn O’Reilly's new play, her second after 2016's Screwed, follows two sisters as they seek to find their place in the world. Sister (played by...

Nosedive, by physical theatre company Superfan, is a well-meaning show about intergenerational burdens featuring three adult performers and two young children. The physical feats of...

Stop Kiss is the first production programmed by Above the Stag’s new artistic director Andrew Beckett. Although written in 1998, Diana Son’s play, about...

The Guild of Misrule's immersive version of The Great Gatsby is currently the longest-running immersive theatre show in the UK. Previously playing at the...

Rarely is a political party both the subject of an opera and the author of its own libretto. With apposite timing, in the middle of...

The Voila! Festival in London, now in its seventh year, provides audiences with an opportunity to see a varied range of work by European...

It speaks volumes of the tumultuous times in which we live that so many new plays are set in dystopian near-futures that are merely...

Isabel Allende’s 1982 novel The House of the Spirits is not an easy work to bring to the stage. An ambitious family saga that...
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