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Orlando Bloom Is Now Playing A Psychotic Hitman In The West End

Orlando Bloom Is Now Playing A Psychotic Hitman In The West End

Swapping swashbuckling for pure sleaze. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Millennial Doublespeak And Flawed Characters Across Three Generations

Millennial Doublespeak And Flawed Characters Across Three Generations

An immaculate performance from Anita Dobson. | By Johnny Fox ★★★☆☆
This Rematch Of The Red Lion Improves On Earlier Productions

This Rematch Of The Red Lion Improves On Earlier Productions

A tighter script makes for a convincing show. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
Should Pulitzer-Winning Play Buried Child Remain Buried?

Should Pulitzer-Winning Play Buried Child Remain Buried?

Sam Shepard's 1978 work gets another airing. | By Chris Bridges ★★★☆☆
Young British TV Stars Are Great On Stage In This Is Living

Young British TV Stars Are Great On Stage In This Is Living

Moving play tells story of grief. | By Lettie Mckie
Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games

Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games

Jean Genet's play blurs fantasy with reality. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Review: Firebird Might Be Grim But It's A Must-See

Review: Firebird Might Be Grim But It's A Must-See

Play about teen abuse performed with rare eloquence. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★★
Review: Morality Tale Meets Wilde Wit In An Intimate Venue

Review: Morality Tale Meets Wilde Wit In An Intimate Venue

Oscar Wilde's novella adapted for the stage by his own grandson. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Tom Attenborough's Chilling Drama The Wasp: Review

Tom Attenborough's Chilling Drama The Wasp: Review

Tale of unequal friendship comes to the West End. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★☆
All-Star Cast Harass Gemma Chan In The Homecoming: Review

All-Star Cast Harass Gemma Chan In The Homecoming: Review

Harold Pinter's dank, domestic nightmare. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Four Minutes Twelve Seconds Interview: Ringside Seats At Teen Sex And Technology Drama

Four Minutes Twelve Seconds Interview: Ringside Seats At Teen Sex And Technology Drama

We chat with the play's director. | By BelindaL
Mouthful Dishes Up Plenty Of Food For Thought

Mouthful Dishes Up Plenty Of Food For Thought

Short plays explore greed and an unsustainable global food system. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★☆
An Alternative Look At Apartheid Struggles In Ambitious Play

An Alternative Look At Apartheid Struggles In Ambitious Play

Not always black against white. | By Laura Reynolds ★★★★☆
Stop! The Play Has A Terrible Script -- Deliberately

Stop! The Play Has A Terrible Script -- Deliberately

Play within a play has some corkingly bad lines. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
Alan Bennett Meets Terence Rattigan In Bomber's Moon

Alan Bennett Meets Terence Rattigan In Bomber's Moon

Wartime reminiscence with snarky pensioner James Bolam. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
An Ingenious Spectacle Of Live Action And Animation

An Ingenious Spectacle Of Live Action And Animation

Golem transfers to the West End. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★☆
Battle Of The Sexes Rages In Strindberg’s The Father

Battle Of The Sexes Rages In Strindberg’s The Father

How to make a drama out of a marital crisis. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
West End Revival The Ruling Class Has X-Appeal

West End Revival The Ruling Class Has X-Appeal

But script is flabby and dated. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Dickens With A Difference At Trafalgar Studios

Dickens With A Difference At Trafalgar Studios

Miss Havisham, Sikes and Nancy brought to life. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
East Is East Is Right For West End

East Is East Is Right For West End

Horrocks vehicle is a laugh a minute. | By BelindaL
Buggers Muddle: The Trials Of Oscar Wilde

Buggers Muddle: The Trials Of Oscar Wilde

Short on epigrams and long on legal argument. | By Johnny Fox
Coal-Dark Drama: Land Of Our Fathers At Trafalgar Studios

Coal-Dark Drama: Land Of Our Fathers At Trafalgar Studios

Restless, inquisitive drama in a blocked-off mineshaft. | By James FitzGerald
Martin Freeman Left Stranded In Bizarrely Office-Bound Richard III

Martin Freeman Left Stranded In Bizarrely Office-Bound Richard III

Sherlock actor hamstrung by woeful direction. | By Stuart Black
One-Man Tooting: I Found My Horn At Trafalgar Studios

One-Man Tooting: I Found My Horn At Trafalgar Studios

One man, one mid-life crisis, one musical instrument. | By DannyH