Reviews on West End

Review – Lady Windermere’s Fan

Windermere
Lady Windermere’s Fan is probably the best play Oscar Wilde wrote for female actors looking for complex parts to play. There is an abundance of...

Review – The Brothers Size

Brothers Size
When the Young Vic strikes gold, it usually is a rich vein, and this revival of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s The Brothers Size is muscular, magical...

Review – Strangers In Between

Strangers
While the chilly damp January nights may suggest otherwise, this revival of Strangers In Between is a fine achievement, of which all involved should feel...

Review – Rat Pack Live From Las Vegas with Ella Fitzgerald

Ella
The latest incarnation of The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas, in this version with Ella Fitzgerald, returns to its original West End home...

Review – The Jungle

Jungle
Sometimes the most well-intentioned message can eclipse unintentionally the medium in which it is embedded. A delicate balance is preserved in the first half...

Review – The Rat Pack: Live From Las Vegas

Rat Pack
Whatever reservations there are at various points during The Rat Pack: Live From Las Vegas, the real authenticity that counts is the quality of...

Review – Dick Whittington

Dick
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...

Review – How To Win Against History

Win Against History
How To Win Against History is the kind of wildly inventive, occasionally funny, desperate-to-be-groundbreaking, but frustratingly pointless, production which attracts fringe festival attendees in...

Review – Everbody’s Talking About Jamie

Jamie
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie reverberates with messages for contemporary society where tolerance and acceptance are often drowned in societal and cultural mores. It’s the...

Review – Coriolanus

Coriolanus
Ultimately this production of Coriolanus does not deserve either a decisive thumbs up or thumbs down, but there is still a sense of missed...