Review Round-Ups

Did critics find time for Ticking?
The production opened to mixed reviews at Trafalgar Studios last night
The Father doesn't win over all the critics
By Editorial Staff
The West End transfer opened at Wyndham's Theatre last night
Trevor Nunn's Wars of The Roses divides critics
The Shakespeare trilogy opened at the Rose Theatre last week
Critics commend contemporary Medea
Rupert Goold directs Rachel Cusk's modern adaptation of Euripides' greek tragedy
Critics crown Farinelli and the King a success
The West End transfer of Claire van Kampen's play didn't disappoint
Was Dinner with Saddam to critics' tastes?
By Editorial Staff
Anthony Horowitz's new farce features Steven Berkoff as Saddam Hussein and divides opinion
McDonagh returns in triumph with Hangmen
By Editorial Staff
The Irish playwright's first new play in the UK for a decade centres on a pair of former executioners
Did Kinky Boots stand tall with critics?
By Editorial Staff
The screen-to-stage musical set in a Northampton shoe factory received its West End premiere on Tuesday
Critics praise 'commanding' Kidman in Photograph 51
By Editorial Staff
Nicole Kidman's long-awaited return to the London stage in Anna Ziegler's play about DNA scientist Rosalind Franklin didn't disappoint
Did Future Conditional make the grade?
By Editorial Staff
Matthew Warchus's inaugural season as artistic director of the Old Vic opened last week with Tamsin Oglesby's meditation on education