Full-throttle and a cut above the norm
Interesting but ultimately over long play about Charles Darwin and his On the Origin of the Species.
The best sung musical in town. A fine cast is led by Trudi Camilleri as the woman who went over Niagara Falls in a barrel.
Powerful play about the post traumatic stress suffered by a young soldier who served in Aghanistan. It provides no answers, raises the issues effectively.
This annual open air season outside County Hall gets off to a shaky start, but what the heck - it is FREE.
A splendidly directed, choreographed and performed island in the Caribbean sun musical - a summer evening delight.
Baroque opera - hard to take perhaps, but rewarding as the Greek gods and mortals have the inevitable misunderstandings.
She didn't say yes, she didn't say no - an interesting examination of an alleged date rape which will set you arguing about the truth.
A glorious wallow in the show stopping songs of Jerry Herman delivered with style by a first rate cast.
An unforgettable evening of dance which transforms Shakespeare's Verona to a world inside an institution for disturbed young people.
Interesting and well acted London premiere of a forgotten, perhaps deservedly so, Philip (See How They Run) King play.
A shambolic often inaudible production of a play based on Victor Hugo's famous novel with a gallant cast of six doing their best.