Derek Jacobi gives a bravura performance in Branagh’s intoxicatingly Italian Romeo And Juliet.
Drew McOnie’s star is not so much rising as soaring, with another triumph in the bag as his terrifying, intense, dark and downright raunchy Jekyll & Hyde sets hearts racing.
Petrifying, provocative and visceral, when the Human Animals come in two by two there’ll be plenty of hurrahs.
An orangutan-tastic dark family adventure to launch the Open Air Theatre’s summer season.
Insightful, intriguing, ingenious, The Invisible Hand is a sure-fire investment for those seeking taut thrills - and hard-hitting truths - in a sterling script.
Hilarious, entertaining, bonkers with an undercurrent of sadness, like all the best sitcoms, Monster Raving Loony is a Hi-De-Hit.
Who Do You Think You Are? meets You’ve Been Framed in this hilarious and touching portrayal of David Baddiel’s parents.
It may be 400 years since Shakespeare’s death but his spirit has never been more alive. Emma’s Rice’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream rocks.
Satiric with its lyrics and rhyming all the time(ing?), The Buskers Opera uses the London Olympics to take aim at many a target, and hits most with a thumping, tuneful thwack.
Josie Rourke directs Nick Payne latest thought-provoking drama Elegy; a beautiful, terrifying, devastating and provocative triumph of the mind.
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