New play Eden at the Hampstead Theatre, about corporate capitalism and local resistance, is let down by poor and unbelievable writing.
Mae West wrote The Drag in 1927 where its frankness about gay lives (and once again, drag ball culture!) scandalised its out-of-town Connecticut and New Jersey audiences so that it never made it to Broadway.
New epic about mothers and daughters in the age of oil is wonderfully ambitious, but deeply unhistorical.
Terence Rattigan’s best play stars Helen McCrory in an uncertain production that attempts an emotional update.
Written in 1932 by W.Somerset Maugham this story is based on the period following World War One. A tale of returning war heroes dealing with the consequences of conflict in a world that has changed forever.