Gugu Mbatha-Raw is excellent in this entertaining look at the life and times of Nell Gwynn
This new play by Simon Stephens, directed by Ivo van Hove, never quite lives up to its initial promise.
A touching, beautifully observed new play by young West Country writer Bea Roberts
Chilling warning of virtual paedophilia in a dystopian future
This controversial musical about US marines on the eve of war is a critique not a celebration of macho posturing
This is a bold retelling of a history-shaping episode from India’s past
‘Once’ is no ordinary long-runner. It has redefined the possibility of turning a large-scale musical into an intimate event
Harriet Walter and her husband Guy Paul perform with great delicacy in this thoughtful examination of a marriage