REVIEWS

In the opening moments of this bold, brave adaptation of The Tempest, a wild-eyed Miranda whips open her bedroom curtains to reveal a spectacular...

100 years ago, 57,000 British soldiers died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, with more than one million losses on...

It’s tempting to think that when The Wake premiered at the Abbey Theatre in 1998, playwright Tom Murphy was trying to put Ireland’s 20th-century...

In its first original work, End of Moving Walkway theatre company takes on life, the universe and everything with an hour-long, semi-verbatim show that...

Links between theatre schools and premier companies are at the heart of the Bristol Old Vic’s 250th anniversary celebrations, courtesy of this imaginative, modern-dress...

It required some imagination on press night to transform the chill damp of a Covent Garden churchyard into sun-baked Sicily. All credit to the...

Brian Friel's haunting memory play is quietly but persuasively phenomenal, revolving around faith and healing, as its title suggests, but also about miracles and...

The Old Laundry shares a building with Bowness’ World of Beatrix Potter attraction. To mark the 150th anniversary of Potter’s birth, it has put...

Like Bull, Mike Bartlett's bruisingly brilliant 2013 play about a struggle for survival in the office place, his earlier play Contractions runs for less...

Emily Hughes’ The Little Gardener is beautiful and thoroughly enticing, with an international fan following. In its attempt to honour the original book, young...

One might be forgiven for thinking that Benjamin Millepied has led a charmed life. The former New York City Ballet dancer-cum-choreographer struck gold with...

After its production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream last year, Watch Your Head returns to the Savill Garden in Windsor Great Park with a...
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