Review Round-Ups

Review Round-up: Did critics salute Sher's Captain?
By Editorial Staff · 6 Feb 2013
Carl Zuckmayer's 1931 satire The Captain of Kopenick has been revived by former RSC artistic director Adrian Noble at the NT Olivier, where it opened to press last night (5 February 2013). The
Review Round-up: Smooth sailing for Our Country's Good
By Editorial Staff · 5 Feb 2013
Max Stafford-Clark's 25th anniversary revival of Our Country's Good opened at the new St James Theatre near Victoria this week (4 February 2013). Timberlake Wertenbaker's Olivier Award-winni
Review Round-up: Pinter's 'haunting' Old Times
By Editorial Staff · 4 Feb 2013
Ian Rickson's new revival of Harold Pinter's Old Times opened to press last week (31 January 2013, previews from 12 January) at the West End theatre bearing the Nobel Prize-winning ...
Review Round-up: Mixed bag for Young Vic's Feast
By Editorial Staff · 4 Feb 2013
The Young Vic's Feast, which celebrates Yoruba culture through story, live music and "dazzling choreography", opened last week (1 February 2013). On their way to a family dinn
Review Round-up: Warm reception for Bailey's Winter's Tale?
By Editorial Staff · 1 Feb 2013
Lucy Bailey's new Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Winter's Tale, starring Tara Fitzgerald (in her RSC debut) and Jo Stone-Fewings, opened in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre this ...
Review Round-up: Full marks for Atkinson's Quartermaine?
By Editorial Staff · 30 Jan 2013
Richard Eyre's revival of Simon Gray's staff room-set Quartermaine’s Terms, starring Rowan Atkinson in his first 'straight' acting West End role for 25 years, opened to press last night
Review Round-up: Stephens' Port docks at National
By Editorial Staff · 30 Jan 2013
Simon Stephens' 2002 play Port has been revived at the NT Lyttelton by its original director Marianne Elliott, and opened to press this week (28 January 2013). The play stars Kate O'Flynn
Review Round-up: What did critics make of Posner's Screw?
By Editorial Staff · 28 Jan 2013
Lindsay Posner's production of The Turn of the Screw opened at the Almeida Theatre last week (24 January 2013). Rebecca Lenkiewicz's new stage adaption of Henry James' novel stars Anna Made
Review Round-up: Everett shows his Wilde side again
By Editorial Staff · 23 Jan 2013
The West End transfer of the Hampstead's production of The Judas Kiss opened at the Duke of York's Theatre last night (22 January 2013).Starring Rupert Everett and Freddie Fox, David HareR
Review Round-up: Stenham's Quarter runs the gamut
By Rosie Bannister · 17 Jan 2013
Polly Stenham's new play No Quarter, her third following the acclaimed That Face and Tusk Tusk, premiered at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs this week (16 January 2013). Picking up on themes