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JUKEBOX ROCK
ROCK OF AGES
at the Shaftesbury

JUKEBOX ROCK

Rock of Ages is knowingly silly and tasteless, whole-heartedly vulgar, sometimes overly frantic and altogether a brash good night out.

Reviewed by: DONALD HUTERA READ MORE
RUNNING IN PLACE
THE VEIL
at the National (Lyttelton)

RUNNING IN PLACE

Despite strong performances by the cast, the peasants in this 1822 Ireland evoke little sympathy for their plight.

Reviewed by: RHODA KOENIG READ MORE
NO TEACHER LEFT BEHIND
MY CITY
at the Almeida

NO TEACHER LEFT BEHIND

Although Stephen Poliakoff’s first stage play in 12 years asks interesting questions, the answers don't fully satisfy.

 

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
UNSPEAKABLE CRIMES
THE PASSENGER
at the Coliseum

UNSPEAKABLE CRIMES

The horrors of the Holocaust can never fully be conveyed by art. Perhaps opera has the potential to come the closest.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
LESS-THAN-ENCHANTED ISLE
THE TEMPEST
at Theatre Royal, Haymarket

LESS-THAN-ENCHANTED ISLE

Trevor Nunn's staging of Shakespeare's late romance comes across as an untidy, curiously dated disappointment.

Reviewed by: SAM MARLOWE READ MORE
CONJURING THE STORM
THE TEMPEST
at Theatre Royal, Haymarket

CONJURING THE STORM

As Prospero, Ralph Fiennes conducts his campaign with an almost childish pleasure in the havoc and spectacle he wreaks.

Reviewed by: MICHAEL COVENEY READ MORE
OUT OF THE FRYING PAN
THE KITCHEN
at the National (Olivier)

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN

So seductive is this whirling production, it keeps any reservations about the absence of realism on the back burner.

 

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
IF IT'S TOO HOT...
THE KITCHEN
at the National (Olivier)

IF IT'S TOO HOT...

While lacking in a dramatic, storytelling sense, The Kitchen delivers with its high-energy theatricality and an interesting statement about humanity.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
CHEAP THRILLS
THE GOD OF SOHO
at Shakespeare’s Globe

CHEAP THRILLS

It's a painful thing to watch a play that is not daring yet clearly thinks it is.

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
DOUBLE FEATURE 1
EDGAR AND ANNABEL, THE SWAN
at The National (Paintframe)

DOUBLE FEATURE 1

The industrial space gives these new 80-minute plays the chance to be presented with an edgy, experimental feel.

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
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