Though not without its hiccups, Richard Eyre’s production makes for a satisfying (re)revival of Feydeau.
In a stylised, psychologically driven production, Michael Grandage turns the bleak poetry of Lear with an able hand.
Christmas brings a weepy story with a quality score.
Tracie Bennett takes on Judy Garland, from the solos to the tantrums.
Director Joe Hill-Gibbins, like few before him, makes the effort to follow Tennessee Williams’ stage directions to a tee.
EV Crowe takes us through a prodding, emotional, troubling and humorous account of what young girls do to each other when the adults aren't watching.
Athold Fugard draws on his South African background in this bleak, Beckettian journey.
London stages sparkle with fascinating fare in two portraits of ruthless men.
The characters in this revival manage to surprise, even after all these years.