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.
A terrific revue featuring the songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin to send everyone up and away with Rocket Man and all the rest.
Forget the Jerry Herman musical and enjoy this laughter filled version of the original farce - the best laugh likely in ages.
Maggie Steed marvellous as Elvira, an ageing sozzled Bohemian artist' in Jack Shepherd's play about the nature of art and life in the country.
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.