Stonking debuts and a surprising delicacy from Fiennes; The Master Builder breathes new life into Ibsen’s tale of grief and purposelessness.
Witty, passionate, soulful and devastating, Dominic Cooke’s elegant and vibrant staging brings the mother of the blues to the stage in a mother of a production.
Exceptional writing, extraordinary performances and excellent staging. Red Velvet continues its triumphant reign with a well-deserved West End run starring Adrian Lester.
Battering theatre of the most urgent nature, Gary Owen’s Iphigenia In Splott is an important, bruising, unforgettable production.
James McDonald’s astutely observed production of Caryl Churchill's new play is startling, hilarious, dark, graphic and beautiful all at once.
Like an emotional Rubik’s cube, solving the puzzle of truth in The Mother is a confusing, addictive, seducing, momentarily heart-breaking experience.
Fear comes to the Lyric Hammersmith in Sean Holmes' harrowing revival of Simon Stephens brutal study on bullying.
The incredible Sophie Thompson leads a joyous and vibrant production that is everything you could ever hope for from a classic musical revival.
Dominic West and Janet McTeer are bringing sexy back to the West End in Josie Rourke’s rich, witty and deliciously opulent production.
With its universal language of comedy and seasonal merriment, s-no-w man, woman or child could possibly resist this joyous fun-filled spectacular.
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