John Malkovich returns to the stage in a deeply unpleasant David Mamet play unworthy of their talents.
Splendidly directed Victorian melodrama with laughter, thrills, maidens in peril, dashing heroes and dastardly villains.
Four intriguing well performed role swapping versions of the famous story of the picture in the attic,
Revival of Philip Ridley’s Darkly Tragic Two-Hander. 1 hour 20, no interval Box Office: 0844 871 7632 atgtivkets.com Until 22nd June Ken Deed: 21st May Twenty years ago when Philip Ridley’s two hander was first performed it no doubt had a visceral impact, dealing as it does with a savage killing of a gay man in a public convenience. No graphic detail is spared in the gradual revelation of the horrific murder of the eponymous Vincent River. I suspect however …
A splendid adaptation of Andrea Levy's novel superbly directed by Rufus Norris. Watch and feel ashamed for the sins of our forefathers.
Hayley Atwell dazzles in this very fine revival directed by Ian Rickson of one of Ibsen's less frequently performed plays.
A dire revival of a show not seen for half a century.
Two celebrated Strindberg plays written in 1888 when he was suffering from mental strain in new versions by Howard Brenton played in repertory.
An interesting resurrection of the play which made Sybil Thorndike's name as a wife who defies the conventions of 1913 - he slams the door.
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.