THEATRE

After more than two decades, the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival is still going strong, with an accessible, eclectic line up of exciting outdoor...

Jess Latowicki and Chris Brett Bailey are trying to put on a show: there’s a bit of comedy, a dance routine. But their efforts...

James Graham’s new play Ink, about the rise of The Sun newspaper, is a fascinating study of Fleet Street as it once was. The Sun...

Audra McDonald is a performer of great vocal prowess and precision. A six-time Tony-winner, she has a rich, operatic voice, and in Lady Day...

London's Union Theatre continues its mission to revive neglected British musicals that emerged during the 1980s and 1990s mega-show bonanza years. Having recently and misguidedly...

Steve Rodgers’s 2012 play Food (receiving its first production outside Australia) is an abrasive affair, more of a haphazard buffet than a satisfying meal. It’s...

In Simon Godwin's taut production of Measure for Measure the audience enters the theatre via the back entrance through Mistress Overdone’s brothel. Greeted by blasé working...

Now in its 27th year and long established as one of Europe’s leading Shakespeare productions, Stafford Gatehouse’s annual tribute to the playwright in the open...

Patrick Sandford’s one-man show Groomed is a vital act of bearing witness. With great honesty and delicacy, the 65-year-old theatre director tells how, aged...

Sales of George Orwell’s novel, 1984, have skyrocketed since the inauguration of Donald Trump. It's an apt moment for Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s...

Coupling the knotty legal dialectic of 12 Angry Men with the gut-wrenching emotional tug of United 93, Ferdinand von Schirach's Terror makes for a...

“Deeds not words” was Emmeline Pankhurst’s militant motto. So when you are caught up in a melee outside York Minster involving placard wavers, protest...
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