Starring James Corden, Tamsin Greig and others.
Curtain falls on the London stage.
A twisty and clever black comedy.
Anniversary revival at Finborough Theatre.
A cinematic masterpiece which is still jaw-dropping today.
A counter-intuitive creative pairing that really works.
A very personal musical experience based on Judy Garland's final performance of Over The Rainbow.
A grim retelling of the botched police investigation into the Yorkshire Ripper.
Leopoldstadt reminds us there are some things that should never be forgotten.
Too much of a good thing.
A brief encounter about fear and paranoia. But it makes its mark.
Stef Smith takes the heart of Ibsen’s once provocative play and gives it a jump-start.
Frances Barber stars as Billie Trix in the one-woman show.
If you’re prepared to let it in, Endgame will work its unforgettable magic.
Whether or not this soil is still fertile or better left fallow is another matter.
A bit too cosy, with a sentimental ending.
This reimagining of the classic story is a bit flavourless.
Noble intent, laborious delivery.
New cast, same feel-good vibes.
HG Wells adaptation among the book cases.
A cycling play which freewheels to victory.
A sharp and incisive piece on how discrimination affects disabled people.
All the best discounts for young people.
It seems to have escaped almost everyone involved that it was intended as a satire.
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