Following in the hallowed footsteps of Gielgud and Richardson, Michael Gambon and David Bradley excel in this revival of No Man's Land.
This Deep Blue Sea has audiences laughing at the characters rather than feeling for them
God of Carnage is Yasmina Reza's latest intermissionless saga. Not necessarily the crowd pleaser that was Art, but there are still plenty of grit-filled grace notes along the way.
The Donmar Warehouse has come up with a beautiful revival of Peter Gill's Small Change. The play, in effect, is about the slow, protracted suicide that accounts for too many people's lives.
Katie Mitchell's Women of Troy is bound to divide spectators. In this instance, her director's artifice pre-empts-not complements the proceedings