A surprisingly risqué approach to sexual liaisons.
Lenny Henry brings some much-needed humour to an epic production.
A rich brew of eccentric, colourful characters in the rarely revived drama.
Guilt, secrets and traumatic events.
Psychosexual game-playing with a savagely primal edge.
Anton Chekhov’s classic tragicomedy is given a fresh approach
Dame Penelope Wilton is the star of the show.
Alexandra Palace Theatre hosts its first play in 80 years.
Peeling back the layers of deception.
Exposing the insidious divisions of a racist society.
Family breakup causes mental breakdown in the finale of Florian Zeller's 'family trilogy'.
Surreal humour seamlessly interwoven with heavy drama.
A dark comedy drama set in New York’s Rikers Island prison.
David Suchet steals the show with his vaudevillian-style patter.
12 scenes that play like a psycho-sexual experiment.
The web of erotic overdoes the wink-wink-nudge-nudge approach.
Pinter short play season continues.
Tragedy alternates with comedy.
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