The NT’s production of Network still has something to say about your lives, God damn it.
60 years on, Roger Gellert’s tale of repressed homosexuality at an English public school remains a damning social critique.
A new adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde adds melodrama to the formula, diluting its potency.
Finally, the version of the Tempest you’ve always wanted – name the one with Native Chichewa speakers.
KlangHaus is the kind of show that makes you ask, am I really doing everything I can with my loft cavity?
Simon Stephen’s play is a dark night of the soul for both character and audience alike.
The fast and self-mythologising life of Hollywood Producer Robert Evans is given its due in Simon McBurney’s mesmerising production.
Jack Lane inhabits Norman Wisdom in a warm and funny tribute to the late comedian’s life and career.
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Curmudgeonly Imelda Staunton, currently appearing in a production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, caused a…