On Stage

Prism Sheds Refracted Light On Filmmaker With Dementia

Prism Sheds Refracted Light On Filmmaker With Dementia

Robert Lindsay stars as double Oscar-winning British cinematographer Jack Cardiff. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
The Man In The White Suit Feels Like A Knock Off One Man Two Guvnors

The Man In The White Suit Feels Like A Knock Off One Man Two Guvnors

Northern soulless. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
Postcards From The Edge: Islander At Southwark Playhouse

Postcards From The Edge: Islander At Southwark Playhouse

A perfectly finished piece, like a stone polished by the waves. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
Noises Off At The Garrick Is Clever But Not That Funny

Noises Off At The Garrick Is Clever But Not That Funny

1982 farce shows its age, though has lost none of its energy. | By BelindaL ★★☆☆☆
Zeus On The Loose Is Slack Mythology In A Vauxhall Cave

Zeus On The Loose Is Slack Mythology In A Vauxhall Cave

A smorgasbord of dance, burlesque, acro-circus and comedy. | By Sophia Shluger ★★★☆☆
Maggot Moon At Unicorn Theatre: Dystopian Junior Drama Which Packs A Punch

Maggot Moon At Unicorn Theatre: Dystopian Junior Drama Which Packs A Punch

A brave creation, to be applauded for not pulling any punches. | By Phillipa Ellis ★★★★☆
The Ballet Season Starts With A Bang: Manon At Royal Opera House

The Ballet Season Starts With A Bang: Manon At Royal Opera House

If this production is anything to go by, the upcoming season is set to be a cracker. | By Hari Mountford ★★★★☆
A Religious Experience: Our Lady Of Kibeho At Stratford East

A Religious Experience: Our Lady Of Kibeho At Stratford East

A faithful telling of the remarkable story of the Kibeho apparitions. | By Alannah Dorli Jones ★★★★☆
Universally Acknowledged Fun: The Watsons At Menier Chocolate Factory

Universally Acknowledged Fun: The Watsons At Menier Chocolate Factory

Jane Austen meets the Truman Show. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Four Brilliant New Plays From Caryll Churchill - Glass. Kill. Bluebird. Imp.

Four Brilliant New Plays From Caryll Churchill - Glass. Kill. Bluebird. Imp.

One of British theatre's greats returns. | By Chris Bridges ★★★★★
Angela's Ashes - The Musical: A Slow Burn In Croydon

Angela's Ashes - The Musical: A Slow Burn In Croydon

It’s a piety there isn’t more religious drama. | By Sophia Shluger ★★★★☆
Knife Crime Tragedy: Blood Wedding At Young Vic

Knife Crime Tragedy: Blood Wedding At Young Vic

An Irish take on Federico Garcia Lorca’s 1932 Spanish play. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Unhappy Hanukkah: Family Misfortunes Loom Large In Mother Of Him

Unhappy Hanukkah: Family Misfortunes Loom Large In Mother Of Him

Tracy-Ann Oberman owns the stage in the lead role. | By Mike C ★★★★☆
Theatre Review: Black Chiffon At Park Theatre

Theatre Review: Black Chiffon At Park Theatre

Abigail Cruttenden is the best thing about this dated drama. | By Johnny Fox ★★☆☆☆
Akram Khan’s Giselle Encapsulates Ragged Ethereality At Sadler's Wells

Akram Khan’s Giselle Encapsulates Ragged Ethereality At Sadler's Wells

An earthy performance tempers the opulence of traditional ballet. | By Alannah Dorli Jones ★★★★☆
Tom Hanks' Family Classic Big, Gets The Musical Treatment

Tom Hanks' Family Classic Big, Gets The Musical Treatment

Are you ready for the big piano key dance duet. | By Mike C ★★★☆☆
Raunchy Romp Don Giovanni Rocks Royal Opera House

Raunchy Romp Don Giovanni Rocks Royal Opera House

Ladies, form an orderly queue. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★★☆
Race Politics Blends Seamlessly With Gender In This Sparkling Version Of A Doll's House

Race Politics Blends Seamlessly With Gender In This Sparkling Version Of A Doll's House

Have we moved beyond Henrik Ibsen's classic? | By Matthew Holder ★★★★☆
What Girls Are Made Of Is Beautiful And Wrenching

What Girls Are Made Of Is Beautiful And Wrenching

Music and storytelling wed perfectly | By Alannah Dorli Jones ★★★★★
Sofie Hagen Spins An Accidental Trip To Swansea Into Comedy Gold

Sofie Hagen Spins An Accidental Trip To Swansea Into Comedy Gold

Go see her before 14 September. | By Will Noble ★★★★★
Hansard Is Political Bickering At Its Best

Hansard Is Political Bickering At Its Best

80's politics feels veritably tame in 2019. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
Torch Song Lights Up The New Turbine Theatre

Torch Song Lights Up The New Turbine Theatre

Gay life in seventies New York. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
For Services Rendered Bombed In The 1930s And This Version Isn't Much Better

For Services Rendered Bombed In The 1930s And This Version Isn't Much Better

A melodramatic look at the first world war. | By Chris Bridges ★★☆☆☆
Love And Other Counterpoints: Falsettos At The Other Palace

Love And Other Counterpoints: Falsettos At The Other Palace

39 songs. No dialogue. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆