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Review: Jodie Comer Is Outstanding In Prima Facie

Review: Jodie Comer Is Outstanding In Prima Facie

A fast-paced monologue of a show. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Review: It's All Happening Down In Scandaltown

Review: It's All Happening Down In Scandaltown

Mike Bartlett's latest play can't be accused of subtlety. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Straight Line Crazy: A Loud Affair Where Comedy Falls Flat

Straight Line Crazy: A Loud Affair Where Comedy Falls Flat

The hotly-anticipated Straight Line Crazy is somewhat prosaic. | By Franco Milazzo ★★☆☆☆
Clybourne Park Is An Excoriating Look At American Attitudes To Race

Clybourne Park Is An Excoriating Look At American Attitudes To Race

A revival of one of the very finest plays of the last century. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Review: Small Island At National Theatre

Review: Small Island At National Theatre

A flawless exploration of the Windrush legacy. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Once More Unto The Breach For Kit Harington In Henry V

Once More Unto The Breach For Kit Harington In Henry V

A contemporary take on Shakespeare's play, with Henry belting out Sweet Caroline. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
“It’s All Our Stories”: The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me At New Wimbledon Theatre

“It’s All Our Stories”: The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me At New Wimbledon Theatre

The first London revival of this show since 1994. | By Mike C ★★★★☆
Now With Added Spice: Wuthering Heights At National Theatre

Now With Added Spice: Wuthering Heights At National Theatre

Outshines Kate Bush’s song as the best thing inspired by Brontë's novel. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★☆
Review: A Fight Against... Is Effective, Impactful Theatre

Review: A Fight Against... Is Effective, Impactful Theatre

Una Lucha Contra, freshly translated with economy and vigour. | By Mike C ★★★☆☆
National Theatre At Home: Watch Top-Notch Shows Online For Free

National Theatre At Home: Watch Top-Notch Shows Online For Free

Starring James Corden, Tamsin Greig and others. | By Laura Reynolds
Murder Most Charming: Corpse! At Park Theatre

Murder Most Charming: Corpse! At Park Theatre

A twisty and clever black comedy. | By BelindaL ★★★☆☆
40 Years On, Not Quite Jerusalem Shows Not Much Changes In England

40 Years On, Not Quite Jerusalem Shows Not Much Changes In England

Anniversary revival at Finborough Theatre. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆
The Revenger's Tragedy Is Equal Parts Macabre And Mischievous

The Revenger's Tragedy Is Equal Parts Macabre And Mischievous

A gleefully gory production from Cheek By Jowl. | By Maire Rose Connor ★★★★☆
Musical Review: Prince Of Egypt At Dominion Theatre

Musical Review: Prince Of Egypt At Dominion Theatre

Fantastic choreography, but an uneven script and haphazard direction. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Anthony Minghella's Madam Butterfly Is As Jaw-Dropping As Ever

Anthony Minghella's Madam Butterfly Is As Jaw-Dropping As Ever

A cinematic masterpiece which is still jaw-dropping today. | By Alice Grahame ★★★★★
Frantic Assembly Still Moves With The Times In I Think We Are Alone

Frantic Assembly Still Moves With The Times In I Think We Are Alone

A counter-intuitive creative pairing that really works. | By Alannah Dorli Jones ★★★★☆
I Could Go On Singing At Southbank Centre: Review

I Could Go On Singing At Southbank Centre: Review

A very personal musical experience based on Judy Garland's final performance of Over The Rainbow. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
A Tip Top Hip Hop Pop Rock Dance Spectacular: Message In A Bottle At Peacock Theatre

A Tip Top Hip Hop Pop Rock Dance Spectacular: Message In A Bottle At Peacock Theatre

Sting's back catalogue is used to great effect. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Theatre Review: The Incident Room At New Diorama Theatre

Theatre Review: The Incident Room At New Diorama Theatre

A grim retelling of the botched police investigation into the Yorkshire Ripper. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Be More Chill Is A Quirky Take On The High School Musical Genre

Be More Chill Is A Quirky Take On The High School Musical Genre

An enthusiastic cast and infectious music make for a fun production. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆
Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt Is A Moving Exploration Of Memory And Family 

Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt Is A Moving Exploration Of Memory And Family 

Leopoldstadt reminds us there are some things that should never be forgotten. | By Hari Mountford ★★★★☆
The Visit At National Theatre: A Drawn-Out Acting Masterclass From Lesley Manville

The Visit At National Theatre: A Drawn-Out Acting Masterclass From Lesley Manville

Too much of a good thing. | By Jonathan Marshall ★★★★☆
Beware The Owl, The Aunt And The Hatter: Far Away At Donmar Warehouse

Beware The Owl, The Aunt And The Hatter: Far Away At Donmar Warehouse

A brief encounter about fear and paranoia. But it makes its mark. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆
Theatre Review: Nora: A Doll's House At Young Vic

Theatre Review: Nora: A Doll's House At Young Vic

Stef Smith takes the heart of Ibsen’s once provocative play and gives it a jump-start. | By Jonathan Marshall ★★★★☆