This new production of Tennessee Williams’ play reveals weaknesses in the script but brings the characters vividly to life.
Everything is switched around in this clever production of Shakespeare’s play, which puts the women in charge and the men needing to be tamed…
Leo Butler’s Boy casts a sharp look at contemporary London and reunites director-designer team Sacha Wares and Miriam Buether at the Almeida Theatre, where it runs until 28 May 2016. But what have critics made of the production?
This revival of Tennessee Williams’ rarely seen play is directed by Robert Chevara and stars Linda Marlowe – but what have critics thought of it so far? It runs at London’s Charing Cross Theatre until 14 May 2016.
The question isn’t to be or not to be, but rather is this different version of Hamlet Shakespeare’s Hamlet?
Winning this year’s Adrian Pagan Award, Kate Lock’s Russian Dolls is a powerful and heartwarming story of two very different characters and how their worlds collide together unexpectedly.
The original production from the Mischief Theatre company has certainly come along way from its first performance at the Old Red Lion Theatre. Who knew a murder mystery could provide so many laughs? Well thank goodness for Mischief Theatre and Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, audiences can take real pleasure in seeing everything go wrong at […]
Alistair McDowall’s new play has premiered at the Royal Court Theatre – what have critics made of it? X continues until 7 May 2016.
Harold Pinter’s modern classic heads to the Old Vic Theatre, starring Timothy Spall and Daniel Mays. Is artistic director Matthew Warchus’ revival a hit or a miss? The Caretaker continues until 14 May 2016.
This semi-staged production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical sees Glenn Close making her West End debut. But is it a successful revival? Sunset Boulevard runs until 7 May 2016.
From watching the highlights on ITV last night, it would be easy to feel jealous of those sitting in the audience for this special occasion for there were some top-notch performances from the likes of Guys & Dolls, In The Heights and Gypsy (to name a few) as well as the awards themselves.
Alan Ayckbourn’s 1069 tale of matrimonial mishaps is back in London for its first major West End revival. But what have the critics made of it? How the Other Half Loves continues until 25 June 2016 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
From the explosive opening number ‘Queen of the Night’ starting the show in style all the way through to the highly charged and emotional climax, The Bodyguard has plenty to delight visually and musically to capture the audience’s attention throughout.
James Norton and Kate Fleetwood star in this revival of Tracey Letts’ play exploring two people on the edge – but were the critics on the edge of their seats? Bug continues at Found111, Charing Cross Road, until 7 May 2016.
First seen in 2013, this new revival of Gerald Barry’s opera based on the classic Oscar Wilde’s great play directed by Ramin Gray enhances the comedy both physically and interpretations of Wilde’s classic lines – despite some sound issues.
Have you booked up for these six, much-anticipated shows opening in April? They include major musicals Show Boat, Funny Girl and Sunset Boulevard, plus Doctor Faustus starring Game of Thrones hunk Kit Harington and…
Neil LaBute’s new play, a sequel to Reasons to Be Pretty, arrives at the Hampstead Theatre – but do critics love it or loathe it? It runs until 23 April 2016.
Focusing on the competitive side of working in the finance industry, Engineer Theatre Collective’s Run is fast, believable and clinically delivered by the cast.
Viola is in love with Duke Orsino who is in love with Countess Olivia who in turn is in love with Viola dressed up as a man servant of Duke Orsino. A pretty straight forward plot that is simply told in the atmospheric surroundings of the French Protestant church in Soho Square.
Love London Love Culture finally got around to seeing the show that everybody is talking about – and Love London Love Culture finally got around to seeing the show that everybody is talking about – and what an energetic and creative show it is. From the opening title number all the way through to the joyful finale, In the Heights is energetic and heartwarming that shows how a contemporary musical should be done.