Reviews on London

Review – Pop-Up Hansel and Gretel

By taking Hansel and Gretel more into the tone and territory of Into the Woods this production by director James Hurley both sheds light...

Review – The Revlon Girl

Revlon
The Revlon Girl achieves that most delicate of balances: heart-breaking and humorous. It’s not the perfect piece and may not change the course of...

Review – Holding The Man

Holding The Man
Though inevitably and necessarily Holding The Man is part of the history of HIV/AIDS, it rises beyond that context to become a timeless tribute...

Review – Footloose

Footloose
First and foremost Footloose showcases the popular music of the 1980’s and the musical segments of this production rock to the max. The production...

Review – Doubt: a Parable

Doubt
It is often too easily said that a particular work is ‘a play for our times’, but Doubt is surely one that undoubtedly is...

Review – Outlaws to In-laws

Outlaws
Outlaws to In-Laws is a major achievement and deserves not only a long run here in London but much wider circulation in theatres across...

Review – Windows

Windows
Windows is entertaining and polished. Written by John Goldsworthy who is most well know as the author of The Forsyte Saga, this is a...

Review – Richard III

Richard
With Richard III, Antic Disposition has produced another signal triumph in what is quite simply the best production of this particular play to come...

Review – Loot

Loot
This Loot is a fine revival that is a worthy tribute to the original in its anniversary year while also finding layers and meanings...

Review – Collision

Collision
The cast and creative team do Schwitters proud but it is still not entirely clear he deserves the attention in this instance. Another performance...