Two Cities

Review – A Tale Of Two Cities

In an England in the grip of Brexit, hard or otherwise, Charles Dickens' marvellous A Tale Of Two Cities is startlingly relevant. Mike Poulton's...
Wonderful Life

Review – It’s A Wonderful Life

It might take a train trip to get there, but the warmest, most appropriately celebratory, Christmas spirit entertainment currently on offer is well worth...
King Lear

Review – King Lear

While Emma Rice moves to reclaim Imogen from Cymbeline at the Globe Theatre, at Stratford Upon Avon David Troughton, Pappa Essiedu and Oliver Johnstone make...

Review – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

It is easy to make the mistake that London is the place in the UK where one has to be in order to see...

Review – King Lear

Where am I? Fair daylight? I am mightily abused. I should ev'n die with pity to see another thus. I know not what to...
travels with my aunt

Review – Travels With My Aunt

At Chichester, Patricia Hodge is putting "the living in life" as the wacky Aunt in Drewe and Stiles' new musical, Travels With My Aunt....

Othello – Review

Othello     Royal Shakespeare Theatre     11 July 2015 The actor Steven Berkoff has recently raised eyebrows by lamenting the current practice in...
Joseph

Review – Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is an oft mocked but actually under-rated vehicle in the canon of modern musical theatre, and especially in...
Dea

Review – Dea

Dea is as about as uncomfortable an evening at the theatre as could be imagined, but the play undoubtedly provides many opportunities for reflection...

Review – Cymbeline

Cymbeline appears to be like London buses: you wait a long time to see one; then when one comes so do many others; and...

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Saturday, Sunday, Monday

This new production of Saturday, Sunday, Monday puts a venerable war-horse through a striking new set of paces reflecting great credit on ensemble values...

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