The German occupation - Coward's 1946 flop well revived by director Phil Wilmott.
Tunesful but flimsy show - for collectors of musicals mainly.
A faultless cast in a worthwhile and timely revival forty years on.
The best show in town extends its triumphant run.
Not staged in London for 12 years so a chance for those who have never seen Osborne's celebrated play to catch up.
Not for the faint hearted but well worth taking the risk - three short Beckett plays impeccably performed.
Lavish but dire musical about how Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt and abandoned his not quite brother Ramses.