Theatre

Doran’s production, moving seamlessly between memory and present, grips in a way that makes a long play seem a short one. Don’t miss it.
Antony Sher in Death of a Salesman
Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone at Camden People’s Theatre
This is an intimate, funny and painful exploration of a mother-daughter relationship...
Hurling Rubble at the Sun / at the Moon at the Park Theatre
Avaes Mohammad’s companion pieces set in northern England showing two perspectives of English youths in a post-9/11 England, leading up to the infamous 7/7 bombings...
Marie Fortune and George Haynes Where’s Your Mama Gone?
This is a rich, thought-provoking drama that encourages us to reflect on the fabric of our society...
Moving and important: The Lonely Solider Monologues. Photo: Pete Le May
The Lonely Soldier Monologues, written by Helen Benedict, tells the true story of seven women’s experiences in the US Armed Forces. At its core it is a story about soldiers more afraid of those they are fighting with than those they are fighting against...
Greg Wohead in The Ted Bundy Project. Photo: Alex Brenner
Wohead has created a performance piece that denies definition. What starts out as an offbeat, amusingly kooky lecture-style presentation on the subject of Bundy slowly descends into a fractured dissociative examination of the voyeuristic tendencies of modern consumers...
Greece is the word: Lysistrata at the Embassy Theatre
Ancient Greek music is lost but this unique production gives us a rare insight. These MA musical students act, sing and dance with skill, enthusiasm, and without inhibition. They bring Aristophanes alive with his scatological humour and serious plea for peace...
Firefly Heartbeat at the Hope Theatre
Firefly Heartbeat comes with an 18+ age rating and writer Edward Davenport smartly addresses the...
Felicity Montagu and Tim Downie in Michael Frayn’s Matchbox Theatre at Hampstead
Michael Frayn is quite obviously having a good time presenting a series of 24 sketches based on his...
Billy Lydon, Mikaela Newton and Brede McDermott in Burnt Oak.
This contemporary tragic romance takes place in a blue-collar north London community, and...
Rose Robinson in Golem. Photo: Bernhard Maller
Golem finds itself somewhere between a cabaret act in an East Berlin basement, Aldous Huxley’s...
Conrad Murray and Paul Cree in No Milk for the Foxes. Photo: Joyce Nicholls.
Both involve a single set, one night and all the intricacies of male bonding...
News: May 21-May 27. Shelter Me, the latest from Theatre Delicatessen
News: May 21-May 27. Shelter Me, the latest from Theatre Delicatessen, invites the audience to...
Carmen Disruption at the Almeida Theatre
Despite no overall narrative these individuals hold the attention and with them director Michael...
Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre
One of Broadway’s best, Gypsy presents pushy show-biz Momma Rose and her daughters struggling...
Ah, Wilderness! at the Young Vic
An extended family gather at their summer retreat for July 4 celebrations. Optimistic, warm-hearted...
Jeremy Secomb and Duncan Smith in Sweeney Todd. Photo: Bronwen Sharp
Location, location, location! By recreating in exquisite detail this production’s previous venue at...
Serena Manteghi in The Railway Children
Mike Kenny’s adaptation does not disappoint as Damien Cruden’s whizzing stage set takes us from...