THEATRE

While London's King's Head Theatre is running a revival of Tommy Murphy's Strangers in Between, south of the river the Big Boots Theatre Company...

On one level Danai Gurira’s The Convert plays out a twisted reworking of Pygmalion. A man reshapes a young girl, putting words in her...

The Print Room has managed to stumbled blindly, if not blithely, into the year's first theatre controversy, and it proves to be the most...

Honour, family, lost promise, and legacy are the broad themes that August Wilson hones in Jitney, his tale of a motley crew of African-American...

In a dilapidated London theatre at the height of the Blitz, a troupe of struggling performers hatch a perfectly sensible plan to stave off...

Dementia. It’s when we become children again, but slowly and painfully and with enough awareness of it to feel the helplessness, the cruelty.  As...

Mitchell is not having a good week. His girlfriend has kicked him out, his car has been torched and he's lost his job. In...

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, a fascist went raving, spewing out essentialist propaganda within earshot of his unwitting, awkwardly...

Despite numerous plot twists, anthropomorphic amphibians, and one bloody scene of human vivisection, Raising Martha is a surprisingly tame and predictable new farce from...

Promises, Promises contains the only score written for the Broadway stage by the great pop tunesmith Burt Bacharach and his lyricist partner Hal David....

2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Soviet Russia and, at the Arcola Theatre, revolution is in the air with a new...

"What's new Buenos Aires?", sings Eva Peron in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 1970s musical masterpiece Evita, and she answers it: "I'm new,...
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