A splendidly performed revival of a dazzling play about the aftermath of changing partners which has withstood the passage of time. One to see.
Possibly the worst musical of 2019 - and the year has only just begun - it tells how the Can-Can was born.
James "Biddie" Biddlecombe delights with a cabaret programme filled with something old, something new and something just a tiny bit suggestive.
An intriguing and well acted version of the Dracula story in a most unusual venue, the first time a play has been staged there.
Black theatre company Talawa arrive at the Royal Court with an impressive piece about a young woman facing up to life on her own.
A one off evening in which two great ladies of the musical stage sing, tell stories and enchant the audience in the process.