A twisty and clever black comedy.
Is it all black and white?
A kaleidoscopic jewel of a play.
Corrupt leaders and heroes exposed in swinging Vienna.
1982 farce shows its age, though has lost none of its energy.
Bartholomew Fair is brilliantly batty but the setting leaves us cold.
Compelling Australian saga of our escaped convicts.
Better in prospect than practice.
A timeworn stargazer who is not all he seems.
Roger Allam stars in the story of a North-East family in crisis mode.
Pinter double bill is a night of two halves.
Trouble in paradise.
A black comedy set on the mist-shrouded streets of Edinburgh.
The childhood classic comes to the stage.
Kitsch Olde England comes to the West End.
Doctor Foster writer’s first play is quietly good.
Couple bare all in tender hearted comedy about sex.
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