A look at gender politics that’s utterly now.
The theatrical equivalent of a hot bath, a hearty stew and a Hobnob.
One of British theatre's greats returns.
A melodramatic look at the first world war.
A play that lacks balance.
A hypnotic feat of muscular contortion.
Stephen Sondheim's sharp witticisms - with added rhinestones.
A lacklustre piece of theatre.
Diverting enough, but a bit creaky for the casual viewer.
One woman's story of gatecrashing a funeral and becoming a meme.
Bernadette Robinson is an extraordinary chanteuse.
Those new to Pinter may end up bewildered and dissatisfied.
A quick strum on a ukulele, a bit of anxious dancing and a lot of Beyoncé talk.
A real corker of a show.
A traditional Jamaican wake with original drama.
Shocking, furious, and occasionally hilarious.
An oddly formulaic play that somehow works.
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