Tagged in DONMAR WAREHOUSE

Take Any Available Ticket For This 5* Production Of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

Take Any Available Ticket For This 5* Production Of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

A disappointingly short run of a fantastic show. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★★
A Poignant Portrayal Of Bittersweet Romance

A Poignant Portrayal Of Bittersweet Romance

The York Realist is a quietly heartbreaking affair. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Unmissable London Theatre This October

Unmissable London Theatre This October

Five mouth-watering shows opening this month. | By Neil Dowden
How To Get Free Theatre Tickets If You're Under 26

How To Get Free Theatre Tickets If You're Under 26

Say thank you to Meryl Streep and others. | By Johnny Fox
Review: Faith Healer Works Its Magic Power

Review: Faith Healer Works Its Magic Power

Multi-monologue masterpiece is beautifully executed. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Which is London's Smallest Theatre?

Which is London's Smallest Theatre?

Size isn't everything. | By Zoe Craig
Review: Elegy Asks If It's Our Memories That Make Us Who We Are

Review: Elegy Asks If It's Our Memories That Make Us Who We Are

Nick Payne's neuroscience play is a cerebral experience. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Review: Welcome Home, Captain Fox! Is Not So Fantastic

Review: Welcome Home, Captain Fox! Is Not So Fantastic

Shaky start to Donmar's 2016 season. | By James FitzGerald ★★☆☆☆
Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Depicts Cruel Art Of Seduction

Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Depicts Cruel Art Of Seduction

Christopher Hampton's play reveals aristocratic decadence of 18th century France. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Abi Morgan Play Has Touches Of Groundhog Day

Abi Morgan Play Has Touches Of Groundhog Day

A vodka with the dictator's wife. And another. And another. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Occupy London, As Seen By The Clergy Of St Paul's

Occupy London, As Seen By The Clergy Of St Paul's

Temple shows us what the dean saw. | By Londonist ★★★★★
Dench, Gatiss And Tate To Star In Donmar Election Play

Dench, Gatiss And Tate To Star In Donmar Election Play

Tickets on sale 30 March. | By Will Noble
My Night With Reg At The Apollo Theatre

My Night With Reg At The Apollo Theatre

West End transfer offers a night to remember. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Trouble In Tinseltown: Detective Musical At The Donmar

Trouble In Tinseltown: Detective Musical At The Donmar

Classic potboiler also examines plight of writers. | By James FitzGerald ★★★☆☆
Untimely Deaths: My Night With Reg

Untimely Deaths: My Night With Reg

Part anthem for doomed youth, part ribald comedy. | By Johnny Fox
No Privacy: You'll Never Trust Your Phone Again

No Privacy: You'll Never Trust Your Phone Again

James Graham's new play asks some searching questions. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Roots: A Kitchen Sink Classic

Roots: A Kitchen Sink Classic

Young upstart heads home from London – let the family rows commence. | By helenbabbs
This Week's Top Dates: Concerts, Comedy, Circus, Cult Cinema And Cider

This Week's Top Dates: Concerts, Comedy, Circus, Cult Cinema And Cider

Impress a new squeeze with one of these top London date ideas. | By Londonist
Tough Love In The Night Alive

Tough Love In The Night Alive

The Night Alive at the Donmar Warehouse puts the audience through the emotional wringer. | By Londonist
Snap Up Tickets To A Summer Of Theatre On Screen

Snap Up Tickets To A Summer Of Theatre On Screen

Othello, The Audience, A Doll's House and Branagh's Macbeth in your local cinema. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Away With The Fairies: The Weir At Donmar Warehouse

Away With The Fairies: The Weir At Donmar Warehouse

Don't go expecting 'Father Ted' but there's a rich seam of comedy in Conor McPherson's play The Weir. | By Johnny Fox
What’s On In London Theatre 23 – 29 April

What’s On In London Theatre 23 – 29 April

London’s best theatre, dance, opera, comedy and kids theatre opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Trelawny Of The Wells @ Donmar Warehouse

Theatre Review: Trelawny Of The Wells @ Donmar Warehouse

A local play for local people? | By Johnny Fox
What's On In London Theatre: 26 February - 4 March

What's On In London Theatre: 26 February - 4 March

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and opera opening this week. | By Zoe Craig