Josie Rourke directs Nick Payne latest thought-provoking drama Elegy; a beautiful, terrifying, devastating and provocative triumph of the mind.
Siegfried and Roy meets Game Of Thrones via The League Of Gentlemen and Bottom; Doctor Faustus is a bloody, bonkers devil of a show.
Step aboard the Cotton Blossom for Daniel Evans’ glorious, joyful and flawlessly performed production that breathes new life into this exhilarating classic.
The raucous gaffes fly in from left, right and centre – mostly right, of course – in this barmy, loosely biographical account of London’s ever-popular Mayor.
Mischief Theatre don’t just do it again, they raise the farcical bar with a sure fire hit packed with slick theatrical inventiveness, hilariously silly word play and gravity defying design to leave your sides aching and heart warmed.
I’m The Greatest Star sings Funny Girl’s Fanny Brice; Sheridan Smith proves she is just that.
Bursting with goodwill, humour, pain and reaffirming warmth, The Flick is a raw and heartfelt study of human behaviour that easily transcends the melodrama of silver screen treatment.
Mum’s very much the word, or maybe it isn’t, in this warm womanhood drama.
The National Theatre deliver a compelling, testing and fascinating evening in an even handed verbatim piece that successfully balances human experience with intellectual theory.
Frank Loesser’s classic musical doesn’t need luck to be a lady; its new cast is an odds-on hit.
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