A bit too cosy, with a sentimental ending.
Travel back to the early noughties.
Theatre that isn't shy.
An entertaining, heartwarming show.
A cool dissection of class and gender power structures.
A grittily naturalistic depiction of people struggling with poverty and neglect.
Protagonists duel with words rather than weapons in this radical reinterpretation.
Things are about to get meta.
A sprightly production of the cerebral playwright's work.
Exploring British and Irish conflict.
A play fitting for the climate crisis.
Robert Lindsay stars as double Oscar-winning British cinematographer Jack Cardiff.
Gay life in seventies New York.
A delve into the dark corners of the American home and history at Donmar Warehouse.
This freewheeling take on the original drags it into the 21st century.
20 short scenes create a disturbing portrait of European unity under threat.
Director Matthew Warchus adds his own twist.
A Russian classic in Russian.
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