Losing one's cherry in Romford - a first rate revival of a play about Thatcher's Britain.
The joint was quite literally jumpin' (for joy) at this superbly performed Fats Waller musical.
Good intentions do not make good theatre but this drama about gay chemsex is well played and has its moments.
Zonbies galore in a farcical take on George A Romero's famous horror film which is for those who like this sort of thing only.
A very well performed,handsomely staged & directed musical about the first person - a woman - to go over the Niagra Falls in a barrel and survive.
A lavish and well played, but ultimately not completely satisfying, revival of a great play about women, work and family.
A national treasure at the end, but once the most dangerous man in Britain inducing apoplexy in the Daily Mail, Tony Benn looks back.
A road trip to happiness taken by a dysfunctional Albuquerque family so that small daughter Olive can take part in a California beauty contest.
Powerful and stil topical drama based on Americans Julius and Ethel Rosenberg executed for spying for Russia in 1953.