Tagged in ALMEIDA THEATRE

Fascinating Feminist Drama Machinal Needs No Update

Fascinating Feminist Drama Machinal Needs No Update

A powerful play that fails to translate to the present day. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Chemistry, Fluidity And Minimalism: Summer and Smoke At Almeida Theatre

Chemistry, Fluidity And Minimalism: Summer and Smoke At Almeida Theatre

Tennessee Williams at his most poetic. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Albion: A Sprawling Garden Of England Play

Albion: A Sprawling Garden Of England Play

A state-of-the-nation play that looks at the nature of Englishness. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Review: Andrew Scott Is Vulnerable And Charming Hamlet

Review: Andrew Scott Is Vulnerable And Charming Hamlet

Good luck getting a ticket. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★★
Mary Stuart Is A Mirror For Present-Day Politics

Mary Stuart Is A Mirror For Present-Day Politics

The Almeida's production resonates in wake of Brexit. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★★
Unmissable London Theatre This October

Unmissable London Theatre This October

Five mouth-watering shows opening this month. | By Neil Dowden
Review: They Drink It In The Congo

Review: They Drink It In The Congo

A juicy -- but not not thirst-quenching -- reflection on the troubles in The Congo. | By Chris Bridges ★★★☆☆
What Do The Latest Arts Council Awards Mean For Your Local Arts Centre?

What Do The Latest Arts Council Awards Mean For Your Local Arts Centre?

Cash for the Almeida, Blackheath Halls and Theatre Peckham. | By Zoe Craig
Review: Surprising Amounts Of Chuckles In Uncle Vanya

Review: Surprising Amounts Of Chuckles In Uncle Vanya

Robert Icke's new production at the Almeida is a winner. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
Ian McKellen Leads Stellar Cast In Free Live Readings Of The Odyssey

Ian McKellen Leads Stellar Cast In Free Live Readings Of The Odyssey

Taking place all over town. | By Londonist
The Unbearable Burden Of Motherhood

The Unbearable Burden Of Motherhood

A modern Medea at the Almeida. | By Savannah Whaley ★★★★☆
Capitalism Gored In Carmen Disruption

Capitalism Gored In Carmen Disruption

The ills of identikit city living and a bit of opera. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Game: What Would You Do For A Nice House?

Game: What Would You Do For A Nice House?

The Hunger Games meets the housing crisis. | By Rachel Holdsworth ★★★★☆
A Vegas-Themed Merchant Of Venice?

A Vegas-Themed Merchant Of Venice?

Shakespeare gets big and sassy. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
New Play Evokes The Little Revolution That Rocked London

New Play Evokes The Little Revolution That Rocked London

The London riots are given the documentary treatment. | By Franco Milazzo
Is This Play Trying To Start A Revolution?

Is This Play Trying To Start A Revolution?

The reign of King Charles III imagined at the Almeida. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Ghosts Walk Again At The Almeida Theatre

Ghosts Walk Again At The Almeida Theatre

Flawless performances in a tragi-comic Ibsen. | By Stuart Black
Thrills But Mostly Spills In Chimerica

Thrills But Mostly Spills In Chimerica

A clunky collision of stereotypes at the Almeida Theatre. | By Londonist
What’s On In London Theatre 7-13 May

What’s On In London Theatre 7-13 May

London’s best theatre, opera, and theatre festivals opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
Before the Party At Almeida Theatre Left The Audience Spellbound

Before the Party At Almeida Theatre Left The Audience Spellbound

As pungent, powerful and full of vintage charm as whiskey based cocktail. | By BelindaL
What’s On In London Theatre: 12 – 18 March

What’s On In London Theatre: 12 – 18 March

Our pick of London’s best dance, theatre, opera and comedy opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Turn Of The Screw @ Almeida Theatre

Theatre Review: The Turn Of The Screw @ Almeida Theatre

The story had held us, round the stage, sufficiently breathless, but it was ultimately forgettable. | By Londonist
What’s On In London Theatre 22-28 January

What’s On In London Theatre 22-28 January

Our pick of London’s best theatre and opera on offer this week. | By Zoe Craig
What's On In London Theatre: 8-14 January

What's On In London Theatre: 8-14 January

The best comedy, drama, and dance opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig