A young man jumps in front of a tube train leaving the traumatised driver wanting to know why. Complex, moving tale.
Something completely different for Christmas in a dazzling display of quick change and acting skills.
Charming, modest musical version of Mary Haley Bell's novel and the Brian Forbes movie. Not the Lloyd Webber one.
An intriguing if at times baffling trip to the wilder shores of the internet.
One man and four dames in what could be the funniest pantomime of the season.
Charleston the night away on the Riviera with Polly and Mme Dubonnet in a spiffing revival of this much loved musical,
God moves in mysterious and hilarious ways as She - yes that's right - reflects on the Ten Commandments with Archangels Gabriel and Michael.
A child in a Welsh mountain village seems to have miraculous powers. A fine resurrection of a play not seen since 1945.
Filthy, funny, fabulous: Christmas cheer and beer, karaoke, Cinders, plus a man in a sequined mini dress and a suggestive dog called Buttons.
A fresh retelling of an oft told tale about Christmas past, present and yet to come.
A powerful play about life on the streets now based on the Knut Hamsun novel impressively directed and performed.
A touching, well acte tale of the relationship between a surrogate mother and the woman who wants a child.
In the time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act - Orwell. A terrific drama about press freedom.
Three Irish women tell their stories - a sad, moving, funny and stimulating hour in the theatre,
Climbing mountains and surviving. Impressively staged play which does not quite reach the heights and proves a longish evening.
One of Shakespeare's less frequently performed comedies gets a sparkling production.