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REVIEWS

In the late 1970s, punk band Oxy and the Morons nearly made it, coming within a pen-stroke of signing with record label EMI, before they split up...

Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea is a strange and slippery play. Having been recently appointed as artistic director of the Young Vic, Kwame...

Dance Umbrella, London’s annual festival of dance, sees performances taking place across the city in theatres, small arts venues and outdoor spaces. In the latter...

The world premiere production of The Prince of Egypt, a musical adaptation of the Book of Exodus, draws on the 1998 DreamWorks animation. Stephen...

A week after the National Theatre’s flailing attempt to turn the story of Saint George into a state of the nation play, Guildford Shakespeare...

Gary Owen’s new version of Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard is a gloriously inventive reimagining that wrings the grief from the original, transforming it...

Set in a country garden, Mike Bartlett’s new play digs wide and deep – and the soil proves fertile. Albion is an intensely felt,...

David Ives’ Venus in Fur is as much about power as it is about sex. More precisely it’s about power in the audition room...

Now in its 10th year, London’s varied and vivacious Casa festival has grown into an impressive and important platform for both international and UK-based...

Small west London pub theatre the Tabard has scored a coup in getting Natasha J Barnes for Tryst, its first in-house show after a...

Launching a year-long season of Oscar Wilde’s work along with his new Classic Spring company, Dominic Dromgoole’s production of A Woman of No Importance,...

The rituals of a wedding are prime fodder for a farce. The heightened emotions surrounding the event have been a huge source of humour...
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