KlangHaus – 800 Breaths, Southbank Centre
KlangHaus is the kind of show that makes you ask, am I really doing everything I can with my loft cavity?
Mumburger, Old Red Lion Theatre
If a dying wish makes you sick, are you obliged to do it? Mumburger explores how far familial obligation can go.
Nuclear War, Royal Court Theatre
Simon Stephen’s play is a dark night of the soul for both character and audience alike.
2 Become 1 ☆☆☆☆☆
Have you ever had a night in with the girls and found yourself singing along to Britney into your hairbrush and dancing on the sofa, pretending to be a girl group from the ’90s? Don’t lie, we all have. Bridget, Titanic, body glitter we miss all of it but 2 Become 1 and Swipe Right Theatre…
The Kid Stays in the Picture, Royal Court
The fast and self-mythologising life of Hollywood Producer Robert Evans is given its due in Simon McBurney’s mesmerising production.
a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun), Royal Court Theatre
debbie tucker green’s new play is wanting with a captial W.
Will Power, Theatre N16
Toby Boutall’s story of repressed male emotion is ironically stifled by its inability to speak truth to its audience.
This Is Not Culturally Significant, Vaults Theatre
Naked Man. Naked Britain? Adam Scott-Rowley’s one man League of Extraordinary Genitals takes a stripped back view. Ed got an eye full.
Frankenstein – Greenwich Theatre
Celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, Frankenstein continues to be a thought provoking piece exploring the ideas of ambition, the limits of science and the responsibilities of parenthood. Questioning the relationship between God and Mankind, a crazy scientist tests his ability to create life and instead brings a murderous monster into the world. Blackeyed Theatre’s…