REVIEWS

Known for musicals such as Ragtime, Rocky and Dessa Rose, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty initially collaborated on this adaptation of The Man Who...

Colab Theatre’s latest immersive production, Crooks, gives audiences the chance to do their best impression of Tom Hiddleston in The Night Manager: can you...

Pouncing unexpectedly on Broadway in 1962, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Edward Albee’s drama of marital disintegration and psychotic mind games is a play...

This astonishing musical is part thrilling re-construction and part vivid deconstruction of the process of putting on a 1921 Broadway show that had had...

Improbable’s new production, opening Skinner’s Box, depicts ten scientific experiments first catalogued in Lauren Slater’s eponymous 2004 book. Following the laundry-bedecked touring version of...

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's Emilia Galotti is hailed as the epitome of European bourgeois tragedy, which shocked audiences in its brutality yet remains open to...

First seen in 2013, Sasha Regan’s celebrated all-male production of the Gilbert and Sullivan classic HMS Pinafore returns for a national tour. It’s scaled...

When we talk about love we usually talk about the heart, the muscular pump in our chests, but as Nick Payne’s Elegy – another...

The 2016 programme of JV2 – Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company’s initiative for nurturing young talent and engaging with young audiences – combines athletic physicality...

Unflinchingly bitter, Candice Edmunds re-imagining of Strindberg's Dance of Death, scripted by Frances Poet in a particularly strident voice, rampages across Graham McLaren's rough...

Theatre-maker Laura Jane Dean has hit upon a curiously impersonal way of telling a very personal story in This Room, a one-woman show drawing...

On the last night of a run, actors often fear that the contents of any quaffable prop might be replaced with alcohol. Magnificent Bastard...
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