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PAIN UNSPEAKABLE
DEATH AND THE MAIDEN
at the Harold Pinter

PAIN UNSPEAKABLE

Ariel Dorfman's modern classic about torture, unfortunately, is as relevant today as ever.

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY
THE LION IN WINTER
at Theatre Royal, Haymarket

ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY

This star vehicle set in 12th-century England has surprisingly never been performed in the West End before.

Reviewed by: ALLEN ROBERTSON READ MORE
AT THE PRECIPICE
THREE DAYS IN MAY
at Trafalgar Studio 1

AT THE PRECIPICE

The day that Winston Churchill almost took Britain out of World War II offers up a big, juicy bite of history.

Reviewed by: CLAIRE ALLFREE READ MORE
DUSTING OFF OLD TEXT
WRITTEN ON THE HEART
at Swan Theatre

DUSTING OFF OLD TEXT

David Edgar tells the story of how the King James Bible came about, almost by accident.

Reviewed by: MICHAEL COVENEY READ MORE
MAN VERSUS MONSTER
COLLABORATORS
at the National (Cottesloe)

MAN VERSUS MONSTER

John Hodge takes an unusual approach in portraying Joseph Stalin, showing him at close range manipulating a so-called collaborator.

Reviewed by: EDWIN WILSON READ MORE
ROYALTY IN ABSENTIA
THE LAST OF THE DUCHESS
at Hampstead Theatre

ROYALTY IN ABSENTIA

The Last of the Duchess is a tour de force for actresses Sheila Hancock and Anna Chancellor.

Reviewed by: EDWIN WILSON READ MORE
WAR AND PEACE
13
at the National (Olivier)

WAR AND PEACE

Mike Bartlett may have bitten off more than the audience can chew in this state-of-the-nation play set in the near future.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
MURKY SHADOWS
THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD
at the Old Vic

MURKY SHADOWS

Acted with terrific verve, JM Synge’s grotesque 1907 comedy still has a bilious wit and a devilish glee.

Reviewed by: SAM MARLOWE READ MORE
MIDLIFE CRISIS
JUMPY
at the Royal Court, Downstairs

MIDLIFE CRISIS

An excellent cast, led by Tamsen Greig, handles the chaos and confusion the characters are battling with both hilarity and grace.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
DESPERATE PLEAS
INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE
at the Donmar Warehouse

DESPERATE PLEAS

Douglas Hodge takes the role of Maitland all the way, making lying, swindling and unraveling look completely honest.    

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
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