Rarely does musical theatre get more urgent, authentic or potent than this.
It’s a pity that the whole of this production is somewhat disjointed and misshapen, but Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch are without doubt its thumping heart.
Family dysfunction is not a new recipe for comedy, but then again, holidays can best be spent on the tried and true.
A firecracker of a mother bounces off the walls of her middle-class home, pulling her husband and daughter into the maelstrom.
An undiscovered work of Tennessee Williams is dug up, dusted off, and shines for the first time.