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review round-up

Pinter at the Pinter, Jamie Lloyd’s star-studded West End season of one-act Harold Pinter plays at the theatre named after the legendary playwright, continues...

White Teeth is sacred ground for some. Zadie Smith’s debut novel, published 18 years ago now, is arguably the best British novel of the...

Brace yourself. Martin McDonagh returns to playwriting for the first time since Hangmen, his phenomenally successful, darkly hilarious 2015 hit. He’s not wasted the...

Emma Rice is back. After her acrimonious departure from Shakespeare’s Globe earlier this year, the former artistic director of Kneehigh returns with a new...

At last: after a long, long wait, Marianne Elliott’s production of George Furth and Stephen Sondheim’s much-loved musical Company has opened in the West...

In 2014, Florian Zeller was introduced to British theatre. The French playwright’s Moliere Award-winning work The Father arrived in the West End, via Bath...

Here we go, here we go, here we go: Kwame Kwei-Armah’s hotly anticipated first season as artistic director of the Young Vic opens with...

A decade after his death, and Harold Pinter is receiving a salutation to remember at the West End theatre that bears his name. Jamie...

Rylance returns. Sir Mark, the first artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe when it opened its doors in the mid-1990s, is treading the boards of...
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