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The Crucible, the first Yard revival, for modern times

The Crucible comes to Hackney Wick in 2019. Sophie Talbot review Arthur Miller’s urgent account of a community torn apart by the power of fear, directed by Artistic Director Jay Mi...

Spick and span on the surface – Home, I’m Darling

In the midst of Olivier nominations, Home, I'm Darling continues its UK tour with Katherine Parkinson in the lead - a masterful turn. Emily Garside reviews:

Greta Review: Farcical psycho-thriller with unexpected laughs

We begin with an overtly romantic score, set back in the early 20th century, and are introduced to Chloë Grace Moretz's Frances McCullen serving as a waitress in an upper-clas...

The Ghost Stories that go bump in the night

Ghost Stories reminds us that silence can be just as scary as things that go bump in the night as it takes a giant leap into the depths of our most universal fears. Idgie Beau revi...

Little Miss Sunshine – a road musical

The hit family road-trip comedy, Little Miss Sunshine has been brought to the stage, the UK premiere as an adventurous musical. Jonathan Penney reviews:

Coomber, Leonce and Perkins. They are all Emilia.

An empowering, inspirational and powerful retelling about the dark lady of Shakespeare’s sonnets, Emilia Bassano. Jonathan Penney reviews:

The inexorable pull of a Blood Knot

An intricate play loses momentum with a build too slow to acheive a pay off. Tom Ward reviews Matthew Xia's revival of Athol Fugard's Blood Knot at the Orange Tree Theatr...

Peggy Review: A polarising watch that has hits and misses

Justin O’Neal Miller’s Peggy is a truly polarising watch, its obvious strengths serving the unfortunate purpose of making its weaknesses all the more infuriating.

Wolfie – a balanced fairy tale, absurd but realistic

Wolfie, a wonderfully bizarre, irreverent take on the perils of the care system. A well-constructed modern fable but sometimes less is more. Katherine Knight reviews:

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