A chilling, thought-provoking view of a future world at war with itself.
A story of two lost people in New York very well acted, directed and with a superb set.
An elegiac, deeply moving piece about a Jewish family in Vienna covering the years from 1899 to 1955.
Will you walk into my parlour said the spider to the fly - a neat, well performed thriller.
Filthy, funny and fabulous Frances Barber as the rock diva to end all rock divas.
Jessica Martin terrific as the Jewish matriarch surviving the bombs in Bart's sentimental but tuneful tribute to the East End.
A well acted sparkling black comedy Joe Orton would have envied set in a small Derry town after the signing of the Good Friday agreement.
A most exhilerating gig which will take your breath away.
A distinctly turgid version of Du Maurier's celebrated tale of suspicion, frustration and lust in 19th Century Cornwall
A delightful trip into the woods with star crossed lovers and a funny female Bottom.
The Scottish play lives up to its reputation in a stylish but poorly spoken production.
Hugely entertaining beautifully written, if a little too long, play about girls talking about men, sex, and the tedium of it all.
Four help line volunteers in the 1980s try to keep the spirits of callers up as the world faces collapse. Interesting play but fizzles out.
A stimulating, challenging evening abouta young black schoolboy facing up to life at a posh school as a scholarship boy - terrific politically motivated gig
Dietrich tries to stop Edward V111 from abdicating in this pleasant enough theatrical trifle.
Precious few riches in this rehash of an ancient Broadway show about Jewish immigrants in the New York rag trade in 1911.
A master class in the art of improv - or how to conjure a show up before your very eyes from your suggestions.
One to see not once but twice - an enchanting show splendidly performaed and sung.