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DOING RIGHT
NEVER FORGET
at the Savoy

DOING RIGHT

Never Forget may be a brainless jukebox musical-but it's all rather endearing-and delivered without a trace of cynicism.

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE
LETTING GO IS SO HARD TO DO
ROSMERSHOLM
at the Almeida

LETTING GO IS SO HARD TO DO

Ibsen's rarely seen Rosmersholm is receiving a top-drawer Almeida Theatre revival from Tony winner Anthony Page (A Doll's House)

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE
NOT SO GOOD EARTH
THE GOOD SOUL OF SZECHUAN
at the Young Vic

NOT SO GOOD EARTH

This dull version of The Good Soul of Szechuan may prompt uninitiates of Brecht's work to flee in self-defense.

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE
A ROLE OF ONES OWN
FUNNY GIRL
at Chichester Festival's Minerva Theatre

A ROLE OF ONES OWN

Hardly, if ever seen in revival, this production of Funny Girl is efficient enough to engage your attention. Its star, Samantha Spiro is no you know who (who could be another Barbra Streisand?), but she's good enough to make the role her own.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
MANY HAPPY RETURNS STANLEY
THE BIRTHDAY PARTY
at Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith

MANY HAPPY RETURNS STANLEY

Even now, 50 years after its premiere, Harold Pinter's career-making The Birthday Party marches to its own dread-inducing drum.

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE
UTTER GLORY
THE HISTORIES
at the Roundhouse

UTTER GLORY

The second half of Shakespeare's eight-play history cycle here presented for all too short a time.

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
AND SO IT GOES
THE DEEP BLUE SEA
at the Vaudeville

AND SO IT GOES

Terence Rattigan's The Deep Blue Sea is an old-fashioned well-made play , given a fine production under the direction of Edward Hall. It still has the power to engage our emotions.

Reviewed by: MICHAEL LEECH READ MORE
MOTHER DEAREST
THAT FACE
MOTHER DEAREST

A change of venue( to the Duke of York's from the Royal Court Upstairs) has somewhat diminished the striking debut of Polly Stenham's That Face..

Reviewed by: PATRICK MARMION READ MORE
FOOL ON THE HILL
KING LEAR
at Shakespeare’s Globe

FOOL ON THE HILL

Director Dominic Dromgoole's production of King Lear is credibly engaging and avoids the overly respectful constipation that infects other lesser Lears.

Reviewed by: PATRICK MARMION READ MORE
DOWN TO THE SEA
THE LADY FROM THE SEA
at Arcola Theatre

DOWN TO THE SEA

Under director Hannah Eidinow, Ibsen's The Lady From the Sea is given a compelling production.

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE
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