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There's Still A Chance To Get Tickets For Fleabag In The West End

There's Still A Chance To Get Tickets For Fleabag In The West End

Sad you didn't get tickets? It'll pass. | By Laura Reynolds
Sweat Works Hard For Its Ill-Treated Grafters At Gielgud Theatre

Sweat Works Hard For Its Ill-Treated Grafters At Gielgud Theatre

Thinly-spread drama leaves us a little dry. | By Matthew Holder ★★★☆☆
A Most Rare Vision: Nick Hytner’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream At Bridge Theatre

A Most Rare Vision: Nick Hytner’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream At Bridge Theatre

Shakespeare collides with Cirque de Soleil and a Pride parade in a melee of sequin-spangled silliness. | By Alannah Dorli Jones ★★★★☆
Theatre Review: While the Sun Shines At Orange Tree Theatre

Theatre Review: While the Sun Shines At Orange Tree Theatre

A surprisingly risqué approach to sexual liaisons. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Three's Company: Afterglow At Southwark Playhouse

Three's Company: Afterglow At Southwark Playhouse

A notch above other fringe gay dramas shown in London recently. | By Johnny Fox ★★★☆☆
Education, Education, Education Provides A Late 90s Nostalgia Buzz

Education, Education, Education Provides A Late 90s Nostalgia Buzz

A time before grade factories | By Alice Grahame ★★★☆☆
Tender But Punchy: Another Triumph For BalletBoyz At Vaudeville Theatre

Tender But Punchy: Another Triumph For BalletBoyz At Vaudeville Theatre

A groundbreaking performance from the all-male dance troupe. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★☆
10 Child-Friendly Theatres In London

10 Child-Friendly Theatres In London

Big kids also welcome. | By Londonist
Prepare To Be Mesmerised: A Festival Of Korean Dance At The Place

Prepare To Be Mesmerised: A Festival Of Korean Dance At The Place

Contemporary movements, seamlessly paired with traditional music. | By Hari Mountford ★★★★☆
A Star Is Reborn: Matthew Broderick In The Starry Messenger At Wyndham's Theatre

A Star Is Reborn: Matthew Broderick In The Starry Messenger At Wyndham's Theatre

A timeworn stargazer who is not all he seems. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
Unbreakable: The Glass Menagerie Delivers Figures Of Steel And Subtlety At Arcola Theatre

Unbreakable: The Glass Menagerie Delivers Figures Of Steel And Subtlety At Arcola Theatre

Tennessee Williams' 'memory play' at its finest. | By Will Tizard ★★★★★
Sparse Staging Makes For A Rich Experience In Our Town

Sparse Staging Makes For A Rich Experience In Our Town

The Open Air Theatre is put to good use. | By Alice Grahame ★★★★☆
Family In Crisis Mode: Rutherford And Son At National Theatre

Family In Crisis Mode: Rutherford And Son At National Theatre

Roger Allam stars in the story of a North-East family in crisis mode. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
Opera Review: Tosca Proves That Monoliths Aren't Just For Sci-Fi

Opera Review: Tosca Proves That Monoliths Aren't Just For Sci-Fi

A production of Tosca, that lets the title character down. | By Will Tizard ★★★★☆
User Not Found Explores Our Digital Identity After Death

User Not Found Explores Our Digital Identity After Death

Clever immersive theatre. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★☆☆
Silly And Sublime: Dead Dog In A Suitcase At  Lyric Theatre Hammersmith

Silly And Sublime: Dead Dog In A Suitcase At Lyric Theatre Hammersmith

Raunchy songs, shrewd puppetry and audacious humour. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★☆
August Wilson’s King Hedley II Overstrains For Mythic Significance

August Wilson’s King Hedley II Overstrains For Mythic Significance

Lenny Henry brings some much-needed humour to an epic production. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
The Lehman Trilogy At Piccadilly Theatre: History By Numbers That Lets Us Be The Judge

The Lehman Trilogy At Piccadilly Theatre: History By Numbers That Lets Us Be The Judge

Phew, what a play. | By Matthew Holder ★★★★☆
Hoard Puts A New Spin On Meeting The Parents At Arcola Theatre

Hoard Puts A New Spin On Meeting The Parents At Arcola Theatre

A promising debut from Bim Adewunmi. | By Hannah Foulds ★★★★☆
Unhinged But Unimposing: The Talented Mr Ripley At Wilton's Music Hall

Unhinged But Unimposing: The Talented Mr Ripley At Wilton's Music Hall

Mad? Yes. Talented? Not so much. | By Alannah Dorli Jones ★★☆☆☆
One Woman’s Stand Against The Machine: Anna At Dorfman Theatre

One Woman’s Stand Against The Machine: Anna At Dorfman Theatre

Welcome to the hidden microphone-laden East Germany of 1968. | By Will Tizard ★★★☆☆
Lola's Underground Casino At The Hippodrome Is A Malfunctioning Letdown

Lola's Underground Casino At The Hippodrome Is A Malfunctioning Letdown

The bar has most certainly not been raised. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★☆☆☆
From Soporific To Sublime: Andrea Chénier At Royal Opera House

From Soporific To Sublime: Andrea Chénier At Royal Opera House

Mesmerising moments worth waiting for. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★★☆
Tennessee Williams Turns On The Heat In Southern Gothic Drama Orpheus Descending

Tennessee Williams Turns On The Heat In Southern Gothic Drama Orpheus Descending

A rich brew of eccentric, colourful characters in the rarely revived drama. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆