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Review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Harold Pinter Theatre

The iconic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? has returned to London in a West End revival directed by James MacDonald.  The Harold Pinter Theatre...

Review: Frankenstein at Wilton’s Music Hall

Frankenstein, adapted by Tristan Bernays and directed by Eleanor Rhode, finds an exciting new way of depicting the beloved tale. From the creation of...

Review: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead at The Old Vic

Fifty years since it appeared on the very same stage, Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead has returned to the Old Vic. The...

Review: The Diary of a Teenage Girl at The Southwark Playhouse

The Diary of a Teenage Girl has opened at The Southwark Playhouse in a UK Premiere conceived by Alexander Parker.  This is Marielle Heller’s...

Review: Ugly Lies The Bone at The Lyttelton Theatre

Lindsey Ferrentino’s Ugly Lies The Bone explores alternative pain relief therapies in a production directed by Indhu Rubasingham at The National’s Lyttelton Theatre.  Set...

Review: Thisbe at Theatre Royal Stratford East

What happened in the woods? Door Ajar Theatre’s inaugural production, Thisbe, picks up the story of A Midsummer Night’s Dream characters Demetrius and Helena,...

Review: The Girls at The Phoenix Theatre

The story of the Calendar Girls is well known by now, it's been a hit movie, a fairly successful play and now, original writer,...

Review: A Haunting at The Vault Festival

In an age where social media, the internet and online gaming poses as much danger as it does pleasure, A Haunting explores the vulnerability...

Review: A Clockwork Orange at The Park Theatre

With each rolling news story fed to us by the media, it seems that Anthony Burgess’s totalitarian dystopia is getting ever closer, if it...

Review: Travesties at The Apollo Theatre

Having sold out its run at The Menier Chocolate Factory, Tom Stoppards Travesties, along with cast, has transferred to the West End’s Apollo Theatre. ...

Review: La Ronde at The Bunker Theatre

La Ronde, now open at The Bunker Theatre, is a complex and highly innovative piece of theatre that keeps the audience on the edge...

Review: Villain at The Kings Head Theatre

Hindsight is a wonderful thing, so they say. Would we choose not to do something if we knew how it all turned out?  That...

Review: The Swarm at The Vault Festival

There has been much social commentary recently on the importance of Bees to our natural world, and the danger we face by their dwindling...

Review: Wretch at The Vault Festival

Walking around the streets of London, the plight of the homeless is sadly an all too often and heart-breaking sight.  Wretch, a play by...

Review: The Glass Menagerie at The Duke of York’s Theatre

Tennessee Williams seminal play, The Glass Menagerie, has opened for a West End run at the Duke of York's Theatre. Based loosely on Tennessee...

Review: Britney at The Vault Festival

Taking a wholly unfunny subject and turning it in to a comedy cannot possibly be an easy task, but that's exactly what Charly Clive...