Theatre Royal Haymarket’s new production reimagines the classic Molière comedy Tartuffe in the West End’s first ever dual-language production. The play is adapted by Christopher Hampton and is set in contemporary Los Angeles.
‘Potential to get lost in translation’: TARTUFFE – West End ★★
I think some of the elements in Tartuffe might have been lost in translation, they were certainly lost on me, but for anyone who is fluent in French and English, it could be just the thing for a good night out.
LIONS & TIGERS – Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Tanika Gupta explores an episode from her family history that is both highly relevant and humane.
LINDA – Royal Court
New play about a self-made career woman is well acted, but rather predictable and banal in its writing.