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The Convert, Young Vic, review: Has the feeling of a modern classic

Though all the twists in the final section may not quite be believable, the darkening drama is still gripping

The Cane review: Clever, witty and slyly provocative

A baying mob of schoolchildren gang up on a teacher over his past use of the cane, in a play that asks if it’s fair to judge past actions by the standards of the present

Die Stadt ohne Juden review: The live score was disappointing

The music, while valiantly performed, seemed to be trying to attract attention to itself in every bar

Tom Hiddleston returns to theatre in Harold Pinter's Betrayal

Betrayal is one of Pinter's most acclaimed works

Review: Martin McDonagh’s new play lacks intellectual nuance

From the man who wrote and directed ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ comes this determinedly dark and twisted fable that fails to live up to expectations

The collective spreading cheer to Brexit-weary Brits

A duo known as Action Hero have been driving around Europe, recording love songs. Matt Trueman investigates ahead of their grand homecoming at the Bristol Old Vic

From Hamilton to Sylvia: The new wave of woke musicals

Hamilton, Fun Home, Suffrageddon, Sylvia, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, and Misty aren’t traditional musicals – their scores are hip hop, pop, R&B, soul, grime, garage and funk