Ivo van Hove's new production at the Barbican.
Orwell's novel, adapted with gusto.
Loud, garish and flashy – in a good way.
Does it live up to the hype?
Tiananmen tale moves to Harold Pinter Theatre.
You’ll be roaring and whooping and standing ovationing your tits clean off.
This Fringe First winner is a laugh-a-minute lark, cleverly combining prose and poetry, rhythm and rhyme…
A Hackney local shares her Hackney highlights and laments the passing of an elderly goose.
Benedict Andrews’ unconventional rendering of Chekhov’s tragicomic tale is a largely incoherent, alienating, one-dimensional affair.
Sheridan Smith stars as superbitch Hedda in a new version of Ibsen's masterpiece by Brian Friel.
This modern, intense and utterly gripping production is one of the best we’ve seen all year.
This laugh-out-loud play by Joe Penhall makes you think about what it would be like if men had children instead of women.
Scenes penned by, among others, comedian Dylan Moran, MP Chi Onwurah and, um, Hitler.
Jung Chang’s bestselling story of survival and bravery in a new reworking for the stage.
A fine revival of Marber’s play.
Cabbie-cum-playwright Ishy Din’s debut tells a tale of guilt, obligation, frustrated dreams and coconuts.
Emily Mann’s new version of Lorca’s 1936 play, set in modern-day rural Iran.
Marriage isn’t easy, they say, but if this play tells us anything, it’s that it’s damn well worth the effort.
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