4.0★ ★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

X

The venue needs no introduction – The Royal Court is one of London’s best known theatres, renowned for innovative new writing. So it’s no surprise the...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

Hangmen

Interior, public house. Oldham. The North. England, 1965. Welcome to the office of Harry Wade, Britain’s last (and second-most-famous) hangman. Or...
3.0★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

The Divided Laing

Patrick Marmion’s The Divided Laing is billed as a ‘provocative, freewheeling comedy’. It follows experimental psychiatrist Ronald D Laing in 1970s Lo...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

The Heart Of Adrian Lovett

Mark Knightley’s The Heart Of Adrian Lovett is billed as a “surreal and satirical romp through the privatisation scandal”. The narrative is set wit...
Contact.com
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

Contact.com

Taking place in the stylish new Park Theatre, Michael Kingsbury’s play Contact.com opens with a middle-class, middle-aged couple dressed for an evenin...
If Only…
2.0★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

If Only…

Michel Tremblay’s ‘If Only…’ is a retrospective on his relationship with his mother, shown through a series of conversations from different periods in...
2.0★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

Diary Of A Madman

Howard Colyer’s adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s 1930s short story Diary Of A Madman takes place in the quirky new Omnibus theatre space in Clapham’s old...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

The Curing Room

A crudely summarised synopsis of David Lee’s play would be, ‘Seven blokes in a basement with no clothes on for ninety minutes’. Which at first glance ...
3.0★ ★ ★
Your Image Alt Text

Jekyll and Hyde

Simon Collier’s revival of Jekyll & Hyde takes place in a cosy pub-theatre in Kentish town. The small, informal space makes for a relaxed and casu...