Hot Tin Roof

Review – Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams' masterwork, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, is a play that is often done badly. Benedict Andrews is a very modern, very...

Escaped Alone

The hunger began when eighty percent of food was diverted to tv programmes. Commuters watched breakfast on iPlayer on their way to work. Smartphones...

The End Of Longing

Some of the greatest plays, dramas and comedies, ever written by American authors concern alcohol and its power of the human mind. Tennessee Williams,...
Queen Anne

Review – Queen Anne

Queen Anne provides a rare opportunity for women to play roles in an RSC production which were written by a woman for women to...
Tape Form

Review – Tape Face

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

The Merchant Of Venice

“This play has always fascinated me. I didn’t see the production at the RSC but I read about it, and knowing Rupert I thought,...
Dick

Review – Dick Whittington

I doubt there is a funnier show in town. Dick Whittington is sheer delight, a smutty, silly, sparkly and very shiny example of "good old family...
Libertine

Review – The Libertine

The Libertine is an unabashed star vehicle, the kind of production which can frequently be found on the West End. Sometimes they succeed in...
Richard III

Review – Richard III

Another summer made glorious by a Duke of York...we have, in recent times, seen Richard III from Kevin Spacey, Mark Rylance, Martin Freeman, Benedict...

The Phantom Of The Opera – Review

For a show that opened over 28 years ago, The Phantom Of The Opera continues to play to packed houses and, in every way,...

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Tatiana

Review – Onegin and Tatiana 

Onegin and Tatiana was an absorbing and very stimulating evening rather than a wholly successful one; but it certainly gave the audience many new perspectives...

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