Kim Cattrall delivers a masterclass as a mixed-up, drug-addled fading Hollywood star.
Brendan Cowell’s latest play is full of stylistic tics and wilful weirdness.
Zoe Wanamaker and Samatha Bond star as two halves of the same person in this slightly over-egged play
Nicholas Hytner’s latest hit brings Shakespeare’s bombastic tragedy bang up to date
Does loss hurt more if you’ve been a famous author’s fantasy child?
Lindsay Posner directs a beautiful, traditional piece of proper drama
One man, on a sparse set delivers extracts from Samuel Beckett.
A post-apocalyptic disappointment.
Punchy and polemical anti-austerity drama. With some great John Terry gags thrown in.
This play doesn’t quite live up to its “horrifying” promise.
A vivid depiction of humdrum domesticity.