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London Theatre: What To Watch In August

London Theatre: What To Watch In August

Five biggies opening this month. | By Neil Dowden
Review: Tales Of FGM In Cuttin' It

Review: Tales Of FGM In Cuttin' It

Young actors give this play the edge. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★☆
Blue/Orange Review: Orange Is Not The Only Colour

Blue/Orange Review: Orange Is Not The Only Colour

The latest revival of Joe Penhall’s play is a real head trip. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★☆
If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me Reviewed: Never Mind The Horrocks

If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me Reviewed: Never Mind The Horrocks

Northern scowl. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Top 12 Things For Teenagers To Do In London

Top 12 Things For Teenagers To Do In London

As selected by a bestselling young adult author. | By Londonist
Review: Eimear McBride's Novel A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing Is Gripping On Stage

Review: Eimear McBride's Novel A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing Is Gripping On Stage

Award-winning book leads to an exhilarating, emotionally demanding performance. | By Kyra Hanson ★★★★★
The Darwinian Modern Office: Bull At The Young Vic Reviewed

The Darwinian Modern Office: Bull At The Young Vic Reviewed

Sold-out show returns. | By Rachel Stoplar ★★★★☆
Extreme Measures In Measure For Measure

Extreme Measures In Measure For Measure

Cynical but fun, thought-provoking but weirdly sexy. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★☆
All My Sons: Caryl Churchill’s Filial Play About Cloning

All My Sons: Caryl Churchill’s Filial Play About Cloning

We could watch this again and again. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Franz Kafka's The Trial Is A Guilty Nightmare -- Review

Franz Kafka's The Trial Is A Guilty Nightmare -- Review

Rory Kinnear suffers courtroom drama without a court. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Alcoholism, Sexism And Ghosts: A Typical Eugene O’Neill Comedy, Then

Alcoholism, Sexism And Ghosts: A Typical Eugene O’Neill Comedy, Then

Ah, Wilderness! at the Young Vic. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Happy Days Aren't Here Again

Happy Days Aren't Here Again

Juliet Stevenson shines in Beckett's bleak farce. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Bull Shows The Cut-Throat World Of Corporate Capitalism

Bull Shows The Cut-Throat World Of Corporate Capitalism

Mike Bartlett's play is nasty, brutish and short. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Golem At Young Vic: Kinomatic Theatrical Alchemy

Golem At Young Vic: Kinomatic Theatrical Alchemy

Subversively wild ride to the dark side of technology. | By Sarah Stewart ★★★★★
Children’s Opera Proves Seriously Entertaining

Children’s Opera Proves Seriously Entertaining

The Way Back Home at the Young Vic. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
A Harlem Dream Electrifies

A Harlem Dream Electrifies

Potent fusion of lindy and hip hop. | By BelindaL
Cutting Edge Musical Theatre In The Scottsboro Boys

Cutting Edge Musical Theatre In The Scottsboro Boys

Kander and Ebb's final show transfers to the West End. | By Sam Smith
Young Vic Plays Out Chekhov Against NIMBY Worries

Young Vic Plays Out Chekhov Against NIMBY Worries

Young Vic seeks comic origins of ultra-sentimental Russian classic. | By James FitzGerald
Physical Theatre And Classical Acting Collide In My Perfect Mind

Physical Theatre And Classical Acting Collide In My Perfect Mind

An inspired, hilarious fusion of styles. | By Tom Bolton
Anderson Has X Factor In Streetcar Named Desire

Anderson Has X Factor In Streetcar Named Desire

Star shines as the unhinged Blanche DuBois. | By BelindaL
The Events Is A Strange And Challenging Mini-Masterpiece

The Events Is A Strange And Challenging Mini-Masterpiece

David Greig’s new play is a clever jigsaw puzzle. | By Stuart Black
Take A Trip To The Valley of Astonishment

Take A Trip To The Valley of Astonishment

Explore the wonders of the synaesthete's brain at the Young Vic. | By helenbabbs
Venture Into The Red Forest At The Young Vic

Venture Into The Red Forest At The Young Vic

Belarus Free Theatre brings refugee-making experiences to brutal life. | By helenbabbs
Poignant One-Woman Show Brings Home Atrocities Committed In Syria

Poignant One-Woman Show Brings Home Atrocities Committed In Syria

Oh My Sweet Land at the Young Vic. | By Sam Smith
View From The Bridge Starker Than Ever At The Young Vic

View From The Bridge Starker Than Ever At The Young Vic

Renowned Dutch director Ivo van Hove takes on Arthur Miller's classic play. | By Sam Smith
Happy Days Are Here Again

Happy Days Are Here Again

Juliet Stevenson knocks the socks off Beckett. | By Rachel Holdsworth
The Scottsboro Boys Is Damn Near Perfect

The Scottsboro Boys Is Damn Near Perfect

Kander and Ebb’s final musical has all the force of a runaway train. | By Stuart Black
The Events Tackles Big Questions

The Events Tackles Big Questions

Fringe Fest winner examines a mass shooting. | By Tiffany Pritchard
American Lulu Spreads Her Spider's Web

American Lulu Spreads Her Spider's Web

Sassy opera at the Young Vic. | By Stuart Black
Explosive Theatre: The Secret Agent At The Young Vic

Explosive Theatre: The Secret Agent At The Young Vic

A dynamic adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novel. | By helenbabbs
A Definitive Doll's House At Duke Of York's Theatre

A Definitive Doll's House At Duke Of York's Theatre

Hettie Morahan's Nora shines in this classy show. | By Zoe Craig
Trash Cusine Is Difficult To Swallow At The Young Vic

Trash Cusine Is Difficult To Swallow At The Young Vic

Belarus Free Theatre stirs up deep feelings of unease on the realities of execution. | By BelindaL
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
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
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
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
What’s On In London Theatre: 29 January – 4 February

What’s On In London Theatre: 29 January – 4 February

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and opera opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
What's On In London Theatre 27 Nov-3 Dec

What's On In London Theatre 27 Nov-3 Dec

Our top tips for the best theatre, opera and seasonal shows opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
What’s On In London Theatre: 20-26 November

What’s On In London Theatre: 20-26 November

Our top tips for the best theatre, opera and dance shows opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
What’s On In London Theatre 30 Oct-5 Nov

What’s On In London Theatre 30 Oct-5 Nov

Our top tips for the best theatre, opera and dance shows opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Fireface @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: Fireface @ Young Vic

Expect scenes of flames, nudity, incest, birth and death in this translated from the German language drama. | By BelindaL
Theatre Review: Three Sisters @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: Three Sisters @ Young Vic

Benedict Andrews’ unconventional rendering of Chekhov’s tragicomic tale is a largely incoherent, alienating, one-dimensional affair. | By Victoria Rudland
What's On In London Theatre 11-17 September

What's On In London Theatre 11-17 September

Here are a few highlights from London’s theatrical calendar for the next seven days | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: A Doll's House @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: A Doll's House @ Young Vic

This modern, intense and utterly gripping production is one of the best we’ve seen all year. | By Victoria Rudland
Theatre Review: The Suit @ The Young Vic

Theatre Review: The Suit @ The Young Vic

Peter Brook's tale of infidelity and oppression in Apartheid South Africa is genius in its bittersweet simplicity. | By BelindaL
Theatre Review: Wild Swans @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: Wild Swans @ Young Vic

Jung Chang’s bestselling story of survival and bravery in a new reworking for the stage. | By Victoria Rudland
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 17 – 23 April

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 17 – 23 April

This week's hottest theatre, dance, opera, world music, jazz and art events | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: After Miss Julie @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: After Miss Julie @ Young Vic

A fine revival of Marber’s play. | By Victoria Rudland
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 20-26 March

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 20-26 March

Tasty-sounding art, theatre, dance, classical and jazz events taking place this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Sound&Fury's Going Dark @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: Sound&Fury's Going Dark @ Young Vic

A brilliantly executed and disarming theatrical tale | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Bingo @ The Young Vic

Theatre Review: Bingo @ The Young Vic

Patrick Stewart plays an anti-hero Shakespeare | By BelindaL
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 21 – 27 February

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 21 – 27 February

This week's new theatre, dance, opera, art, jazz and classical highlights | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Changeling @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: The Changeling @ Young Vic

A modern, innovative staging of the classic seventeenth century revenge tragedy. | By Sam Smith
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 29 November – 5 December

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 29 November – 5 December

Our pick of the best theatre, dance, opera, music and art shows opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Review: Victoria Station/One For The Road @ Young Vic

Review: Victoria Station/One For The Road @ Young Vic

A pair of Pinters ready for the reviving. | By Franco Milazzo
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 4-10 October

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 4-10 October

Our pick of the theatre, dance, opera, art and exhibitions opening in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 26 July - 1 August

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 26 July - 1 August

The new London art, theatre and dance shows that have caught our eye this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Government Inspector @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: Government Inspector @ Young Vic

The Mighty Boosh Go To Russia | By Franco Milazzo
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 24-30 May

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 24-30 May

Monkeys, monsters and Macbeth... it's a wonderfully varied week on London's cultural calendar. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: I Am The Wind @ the Young Vic

Theatre Review: I Am The Wind @ the Young Vic

Questions, questions, questions. | By Zoe Craig