Olivia Vinall stars in a genuinely funny production, that takes full advantage of the theatre's twilit, twee-lined charms
Magnificent performers multitask in this epic story of the Lehman Brothers family business
Sculpture, song, and shadow play are used to tell the story of 1.5 million Africans who worked as porters and carriers during the war
Hot Brown Honey are an Australian cabaret sensation – now, they're staging a new show at the Roundhouse working with young British artists
Vicky Jones wrote her first play, 'The One', for her best friend and Fleabag co-creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Now it's being revived – with a brand new star
'You are the most ignorant audience members I have ever had the misfortune to perform before'
Michael Grandage's splatter-fest revival is exuberantly gruesome
Is it ironic that this anti-establishment theatre director should have her work celebrated at the other Stratford by the RSC? A bit – but you're soon swept up
Patrick Ness's bestselling novel is about a grieving boy and a giant, demonic tree. How on earth do you bring it to life in the theatre?
The former dancer and West End conqueror has turned his attention to crafting a live version of the successful kids’ show
Three pieces by George Williamson, Alexander Whitley and Twyla Tharp are danced with boldness and individuality
The ‘West Wing’ actress and verbatim theatre pioneer spoke to more than 250 people for this harrowing show about the US's school-to-prison pipeline
Nicola Coughlan claimed this was the second time Philip Fisher had referenced her weight in a review
A comic yet complex central performance animates David Harrower’s dynamic new adaptation