Wight’s striking performance is a cut above – a genius portrayal of a genius – in this stylish design drama.
Beauty and brutality combine in Nadia Fall’s epic and passionate shattering staging of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s outstanding drama Our Country’s Good.
Believe the hype. Benedict Cumberbatch submerges himself in grief in Shakespeare’s greatest role and produces the perfect Hamlet for the kidult age.
Compelling, fun and frivolous: sail away with Lady Anna: All At Sea this summer for this pleasingly romantic romp at the Park Theatre.
Athol Fugard’s writing shines alongside a trio of compelling performances in this striking revival of his 25-year-old apartheid drama.
There’s snout not to love about this tuneful take on the classic pig(tale).
Every line’s a gem in Helen Edmondson’s fascinating exploration of feminism in 17th century Mexico.
Whether you’re six-years-old or 60, prepare to be spellbound by this glorious, unique and imaginative love letter to storytelling.
Robert Hastie gives us a smart, tense and dark revival of Abi Morgan’s stunning thriller.
The fantastic Mr Foxes are full of familial fun in this hit page to stage adaptation.
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