A here today and gone tomorrow musical about plagiarism set in the 1930s.
Impressive performances by Adam Goodbody and Courtney Buchner in this look at all our yesterdays, a world thankfully long gone, based on Stan Barstow's novel.
Fine revival directed by Sean Mathias with first rate performances to move your heart.
A painful, illuminating tale about depression and suicidal tendencies which is performed with blazing sincerity and power.
Charming musical about the ups and downs of married life well played - will strike a few chords among the married couples in the audience.
Well staged tuneful musical about a gay Cinderfella in Soho with a first rate cast.
Splendidly acted play about a world in ruins as the old order passes into which someone from the new order intrudes.
A heartwarming, funny, brilliantly staged and performed tale of the hausfrau from Yorkshire who became one of the greatest English cyclists
Spend the wee small hours of the morning with Old Blue Eyes - and Richard Shelton delivering a superb performance.
A bloodcurdling true story of gullibility, death, murder set in the early years of the last century.
A devastating lecture on imperial Britain and its impact on the Middle East delivered with passion and style.
A deeply interesting topical play in which the disgraced South African President Jacob Zuma is confronted by his one time spymaster.
Have a whale of a time with Ishmael, Ahab, Queequeg and Starbuck in this tale of misdeeds at and in the sea.
A sparkling,well sung version of Donizetti's opera set on Barry Island, Wales.
A provocative, splendidly performed work in which taking sides becomes very difficult.
A lavishly staged well dressed revival of a three song musical first seen in 1949.
A rare chance not to be missed to see Weill's 1933 songspiel about the rise of the far right & still relevant.