JB Priestley’s celebrated comedy is beautifully revived by Northern Broadsides.
Controversial LeRoi Jones / Amari Baraka play on racial tensions resurrected at the Tristan Bates Theatre.
Amanda Muggleton brings her show from Australia to London and she is outstanding.
Bear Grylls’ Endeavour show doesn’t live up to our expectations.
An effective but flawed a chamber musical with a rock edge.
The classic play of cat and mouse plays a fair game at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
The National Youth Theatre (NYT) celebrates 60 years at London’s Ambassador Theatre.
A bold adaptation offers flashes of brilliance amongst some high-tech chaos.
Jane Austen’s best-known novel arrives at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley.
West Yorkshire Playhouse and The Performance Ensemble present a tender collection of biographical performances by older artists.
The outstanding Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a show that you must not miss.
27 battles mind demons and the struggles of being a rockstar.