Theatre

This is to be a split show, with performers playing both the characters within Anthony Trollope’s 1871 novel and those people who surrounded him during its writing...
Lady Anna: All at Sea at the Park Theatre
Three Irish Classics at Pentameters Theatre
The current Irish season includes this snappy trio of shorts from Synge, Yeats and Lady Gregory, all three clocking in at a brisk one hour five minutes...
The Day You’ll Love Me at Theatro Technis
Under the dictatorship of Venezuela’s General Gomez in 1935, Maria Luisa and her Marxist fiancé Pio Miranda are waiting for a letter from Roman Roland giving them passage to Stalin’s Russia...
You Won't Succeed on Broadway revue at St James Theatre
The show, which celebrates "over 80 years of the Jewish contribution to musical theatre", runs until 5 September 2015.
F*cking Men at the King’s Head Theatre
Joe di Pietro’s adaptation of Schnitzler’s erotic masterpiece La Ronde transplants class-crossing sexual encounters onto a group of gay men, many in the process of coming out as they hop beds and try to avoid heartbreak...
Tracey Pickup in A Naughty Night with Noël Coward. Photo: Ben Coverdale
Two short, sharp, witty plays, written with biting acidity by Noël Coward, make for an entertaining evening...
Sinéad Cusack in Splendour. Photo: Johan Persson
Shards of glass surround the stage – a mirror to the fragmentary and sharp nature of Abi Morgan’s tense drama...
Grand Hotel at Southwark Playhouse
With underworld figures, other guests and hotel staff making up a company delivering a sequence of...
Much craves attention in Utopia at the Roundhouse. Photo: David Levene
Set in a dystopian world of smashed-up cars and broken phone boxes, we hear from the privileged yet...
Bakkhai at the Almeida Theatre
Anne Carson’s gripping new version of Euripides’ 2,500-year-old drama, in which wine god Dionysos...
Charlene Ford and James Leece in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Rachel Kavanaugh’s masterful revival ridicules the simple heads within a clan of boorish brothers...
Aaron Sidwell in American Idiot – The Musical. Photo: Darren Bell
Green Day’s American Idiot album hits the West End stage as a rock-opera...
Keen radio listeners may have heard John Savournin on Radio 4...
Ellie Bell and Owen Guerin in The Gruffalo
Tall Stories’ The Gruffalo, spending the summer in the West End, is a near-hour of perfect...
Daniel Mays and Peter Wight in The Red Lion
From the whistle, the audience is pitched deep into the decaying dressing room of a historic club....
Here's to a decade of the Camden Fringe
With the Camden Fringe celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, organiser Michelle Flowers has...
Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre
One of Broadway’s best, Gypsy presents pushy show-biz Momma Rose and her daughters struggling...
Serena Manteghi in The Railway Children
Mike Kenny’s adaptation does not disappoint as Damien Cruden’s whizzing stage set takes us from...