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REVIEWS

Wales’ capital city connects the plays in this Welsh-language double bill from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru. While Merched Caerdydd (Cardiff Girls) and Nos Sadwrn o...

Tom Wright's debut play My Dad's Gap Year, which opened last month at London's Park Theatre, concerned the exploits of a dysfunctional, fractured family...

It makes perfect sense that David Eldridge’s 2012 play is being revived as part of the Queen’s Theatre’s Essex on Stage season. The Romford-born...

Three years in the making, this project from choreographer Russell Maliphant and composer Vangelis is all Greek to me. Straying well beyond his comfort...

Inspired by the story of Anna Delvey, the socialite-scam artist who managed to con hundreds of thousands of dollars out of people because they...

It is surprising that Bury Court Opera has waited until its final season to stage The Turn of the Screw: the company’s restored threshing...

Out-of-work actor Beth Buckingham believes she was born to play the role of Elizabeth II in the Netflix series The Crown. When she hears...

In Patrick Barlow’s Olivier-winning 2005 reworking of the classic John Buchan spy caper, pretty much everything – even death – is a potential source...

After 10 years of creating outdoor plays involving D/deaf and physically disabled actors (performing in spaces as unlikely as woodland and castles), Taking Flight...

Smartly reframing Barry Harman’s whimsical 1987 musical Romance Romance for a contemporary audience, this tight and tender version is full of wit and warmth....

Violent pornography? Gone. Non-offensive insults? Stay. “God is gay”? That one’s up for debate. Debate is what the characters in Phil Porter’s play do –...

English National Opera’s clear and inventive production of The Magic Flute, first seen in 2013 and now on its third revival, is the ideal...
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