Frasier’s Kelsey Grammer stars in Nigel Harman’s UK premiere of Broadway musical Big Fish, based on the Tim Burton film. The production continues at The Other Palace in London until 30 December 2017. What have critics been saying about it?
Jonathan Kent directs the premiere production of Nicholas Wright’s play Slaves of Solitude, adapted from Patrick Hamilton’s story and running at Hampstead Theatre until 25 November 2017. Find out what critics have been saying with Love London Love Culture’s round-up of the reviews.
Classic horror film The Exorcist is brought to life on stage for the first time in this new production directed by Sean Mathias and running at the West End’s Phoenix Theatre until 10 March 2018. But does it thrill and scare audiences as it should?
Rory Kinnear takes the title role in Young Marx, Nicholas Hytner’s inaugural production at London’s new large-scale venue, the Bridge Theatre, where it runs until 31 December 2017. Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews.
The jury has delivered their verdict on this new site-specific production of Agatha Christie’s classic courtroom drama, directed by Lucy Bailey in the debating chamber of the County Hall building. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews
Have you booked yet to see Front Foot Theatre’s future dystopian take on Shakespeare’s Richard III? The production, directed by Lawrence Carmichael, continues at London’s Cockpit Theatre until 4 November 2017 only. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite review quotes…
Mike Bartlett’s new play Albion is directed by Almeida artistic director Rupert Goold, marking their first collaboration since King Charles III. It runs at the Almeida Theatre until 24 November 2017. What have critics been making of their latest venture?
Anton Chekhov’s classic play The Seagull is brought to modern life in a new version, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Sean Holmes. It’s running at London’s Lyric Hammersmith until 4 November 2017. Here’s what critics have been saying about it so far.
Eve Best stars in this new production of A Woman of No Importance, launching Dominic Dromgoole’s year-long Oscar Wilde season at the West End’s Vaudeville Theatre. It runs until 30 December 2017. What have critics been saying about it?