Funniest? Johnson and Farage, of course.
A captivating storyteller.
A Tony Law unto himself
Turning lofty ideas into relevant ones.
A comedy star of the future.
Exactly what theatre was made for.
As much personality as an insurance brokers’ annual conference.
A promising debut from Bim Adewunmi.
They're messing with the wrong play here.
Three interwoven monologues.
Less escapism, more realism.
Witty jokes that are right on the mark.
Dream-like, but lacking the anger and passion of Shakespeare's play.
Tumble out of bed and stumble to 9 to 5.
If only all therapy went like this.
Psycho killer, qu'est-ce que c'est?
Not very thrilling, as thrillers go.
Delightful and confusing in equal measure.
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