Reviews on West End

Review – Venus In Fur

There could scarcely be a better time for a West End production of David Ives' Venus In Fur than now when Harvey Weinstein's sexual power...

Review – The Toxic Avenger

Toxic Avenger
The Toxic Avenger is a musical that just about eats itself, as well as the audience, as it voraciously grabs every possibility for madness...

Review – Le Grand Mort

Grand Mort
You can count on one hand contemporary dramas centred on the particular issue of loneliness, and its complex causes, in modern relationships between gay...

Review – Prism

Prism
Terry Johnson has written some wonderfully funny, wonderfully insightful, wonderfully thrilling plays. His latest play, Prism, is not one of them. Part biography, part...

Review – Follies

Follies
One has to be grateful for this production of Follies, for the care and common sense that has gone into the construction of a...

Review – Boudica

Boudica
Boudica is more a crowd pleaser than a brain teaser, but it does what it sets out to do with conviction and panache, and...

Review – Against

Against
It's often said about great actors that audiences would be happy to see them "read the phonebook". Christopher Shinn's Against makes that case eloquently...

Review – Late Company

Late Company
Late Company asks difficult questions. Who’s to blame when a young person commits violence - against themselves, and against others? Who control – or...

Review – King Lear

King Lear
This King Lear starts unpromisingly, but then develops a depth of characterization, fluid movement and pathos of enactment that culminates in a fine reworking...

Review – 13 The Musical

13
13 The Musical sees Jason Robert Brown at his most commercial. The score is bright and boppy, and it feels like a show young...