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REVIEWS

One of Chekhov’s earliest, lesser-known works, bleak domestic drama Ivanov gets a sharply insightful treatment by Moscow-based company Theatre of Nations. It’s a taut...

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru (Wales’ Welsh-language national theatre company) tackles a seminal piece of European drama in this new translation of Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk...

The farmhouse walls are partly torn down in Hull Truck’s new production of Martin McDonagh's breakout play. It feels as if the claustrophobic world...

First staged at the National Theatre in 2002, Roy Williams’ dissection of racism and xenophobia feels chillingly timely in Nicole Charles revival, prescient even. Sing...

Telling the story of a buffoonish liar swindling those he should be serving, Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors – adapted from Carlo Goldoni’s...

Matthew Parker has a proven way with the strange, as demonstrated in his productions of Lovesong of the Electric Bear and Dennis Potter’s Brimstone...

All of Mischief Theatre’s shows to date have had easy to grasp concepts. You know what you’re going to get with a show titled...

Wiltshire Creative has become adept at programming timely revivals. Thus we have Hugh Whitemore's 1986 play Breaking the Code in the year that mathematician...

Dance Umbrella, London’s annual international dance festival, launches its 41st year in style with Gisèle Vienne’s Crowd. Painstakingly choreographed, yet effortlessly executed by Vienne’s company...

Most people will probably think of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes as the film in which Marilyn Monroe (in a role originated by Carol Channing) sings...

James Mannion’s new play Mites is a shape-shifter. It begins on an absurdist register but gradually disrobes itself, shifting towards what it takes to...

Curtains was the last show John Kander and Fred Ebb worked on together before Ebb’s death in 2007. The most notable thing about the...
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