What really catapults this production to superhero status is...
Daisy Bowie-Sell (What's On Stage, Time Out, Telegraph)
Full-throttle rock musical comedy that's slickly designed and...
Paul Vale (The Stage)
Vigorous revival... Feels like a strange blend of balladic and...
What's on Stage (Other reviewers)
A stunner: extravagantly imaginative... Shot through with a...
Miriam Gillinson (Arts Desk, Time Out)
Tender, funny and resonant two-hander... Eldridge is a writer...
Natasha Tripney (The Stage, Time Out)
A crackling warts-and-all romcom... An awkward comedy which...
Caroline McGinn (Time Out)
Pays obvious homage to Chekhov, matching his sense of...
Henry Hitchings (Evening Standard)
Bartlett, Goold and the largely excellent cast smartly distil...
Andrzej Lukowski (Time Out)
“Thompson displays a masterful touch with exposition... Alas, the second act is a misstep... unconvincing and frustrating.”
Of Kith and Kin
“In a sparse, slick production by Jude Christian, it has stylistic swagger and a wired intensity. It’s also maddeningly muddled.”
“Searing visuals and convincing performances bolster Fritz’s thought-provoking new play.”
“Retains a simplistic relevance... The main drama and excitement here is in Brooks' eclectic, frequently thrilling music.”
“Burnley’s exposition-heavy debut play never quite finds its feet.”
Anything That Flies
Most amazing piece of theatre I've ever seen, so powerful. I was crying my head off by the end. Gave me a feeling I've never felt before by the end and I still can't work out what it was but what I do know is it was magical. Loved it.
The cast were brilliant and witty, and left the audience in stitches with their well delivered and sharp banter.
The Terrible Infants
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As You Like It
The End of Hope
All The Little Lights
Anyones Guess How We Got Here
Richard III (A One Woman Show)
1. Mark Gatiss
2. Janie Dee
3. Thalissa Teixera
4. Harriet Walter
5. Victoria Hamilton
1. Nicholas Hytner
2. Trevor Nunn
3. Rupert Goold
4. Jamie Lloyd
5. Lyndsey Turner
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