Reviews on West End

Review – Woyzeck / Life Of Galileo / On The Town...

Woyzeck
As an avid theatregoer, and a person who believes in the strength and power of good theatre, these last weeks in London have been...

Review – Bat Out Of Hell

Bat
Bat Out Of Hell is aesthetically dated and bizarre, but in good ways: inescapably a celebration of the musical excesses of the 1980s, this...

Review – The Kite Runner

Kite Runner
The Kite Runner, the stage adaptation of Khaled Husseini’s bestseller, returns to the West End for its second stint. It’s a simple and affecting...

Review – Tape Face

Tape Form
Tape Face is the creation of Sam Wills and this production combines a wealth of talent and experience in street theatre with skilful application...

Review – Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night, part of the Summer of Love at Shakespeare’s Globe, dazzles the senses. The pivotal element of this production is the directorial vision. Emma...

Review – Consent

Consent
Rape is not funny. How Rape victims are treated by the law and lawyers (not the same thing) might be laughable in some instances,...

Review – Judy!

Judy
"She's back in town" proclaim the posters and programmes - but actually there are three shes in Judy!, and each one is worth an...

Review – The Treatment

Treatment
When first written in 1993, The Treatment was a satirical play, one that skewered notions of soulless suits invading the turf of artistic endeavour...

Review – Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Road

Out There
Trafalgar Studios 2 has had its fair share of hits, with its recent production, Rotterdam, picking up an Olivier Award last month. Out There...

Review – Romeo and Juliet

Romeo
As Emma Rice’s term as the Globe’s Artistic Director comes to an end, she’s certainly planning on going out with a bang. This is...