Joe Orton's early play is commendably revived. The flow from comedy into violence and back again is cleverly exploited by an expert cast.
There's nothing wrong with playing Private Lives for its emotional truth, rather than merely its clever repartee, but this production goes overboard.
Almost 30 years on, Duet for One has lost none of its ability to hit us where it hurts.
It's not only the travails of Richard Dreyfuss that are on view in Complicit. The play itself is weak and already dated.
This Oliver! is a blowsy, rambunctious entertainment that honors the exclamation point in the show's title.
Our reviewer ruminates on the highs and lows of the 2008 season. And offers a final tribute to a giant of the theatre scene, Harold Pinter.
Carousel is bustin' out all over in this splendid revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. Arguably, the most melodious score they ever wrote.
You don't have to be born in the U.S.A. to feel the power of Tracy Letts's August: Osage County. Dysfunctional families can be found across the universe.
The desire was great, the determination high, but some events are not meant to be made into West End musicals-the Holocaust being one of them.
Come one, come all to the London Hippodrome...and enjoy , ahem, quite an unusual vaudeville evening