Review Round-Ups

Review Round-up: Are Khan & Binoche in Favour?
By Editorial Staff
in-i - the new contemporary dance theatre piece co-created, performed and directed by French stage and screen actress Juliette Binoche (pictured) and dancer and choreographer Akram Khan - r
Review Round-up: Godley Steals Hartnett’s Rain?
By Editorial Staff
The premiere production of Rain Man, the stage adaptation of the 1988 Oscar-winning film, opened at the Apollo Theatre on Friday (19 September 2008, previews from 28 August), ten days later t
Review Round-up: Riflemind Fires a Critical Blank
By Editorial Staff
The European premiere production of Andrew Upton’s Riflemind, directed by Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, opened at the Trafalgar Studios last night (19 September 2008, previews
Review Round-up: Branagh’s Ivanov Stuns Critics
By Editorial Staff
The inaugural production of the Donmar’s West End season, Ivanov, opened last night (17 September 2008, previews from 12 September)at Wyndham’s Theatre, with the stellar cast supported
Review Round-up: Goold’s Characters Find Plaudits
By Editorial Staff
Rupert Goold’s production of Pirandello’s seminal 1921 play Six Characters in Search of an Author transferred to the West End this week (Monday 15 September 2008, previews from 10 Sep
Review Round-up: Redmayne Shines Now & Later
By Editorial Staff
The world premiere production of Christopher Shinn’s US election drama Now or Later, a timely exploration of the tension between liberalism and fundamentalism in American politics, ope
Review Round-up: Did Eurobeat Win Critics\' Vote?
By Editorial Staff
Eurobeat - the Eurovision parody heralded as the “world’s first interactive musical”, opened on Tuesday at the Novello theatre (9 September 2008, previews from 4 September), chee
Review Round-up: Rivers Makes Good Progress?
By Editorial Staff
American comedienne Joan Rivers’ (pictured) auto-biographical show, Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress, hit London last week (5 September 2008, previews from 29 August)
Review Round-up: Bourne Goes Wilde with Dorian
By Editorial Staff
As Matthew Bourne’s world premiere of Dorian Gray hits town tonight (2 September 2008) for a limited season to 14 September at Sadler’s Wells, the home base for the director/choreograph
Review Round-up: Thank Heaven for Open Air Gigi
By Editorial Staff
Chaim Topol (also known as just Topol) returned to the London stage last week (14 August 2008, previews from 6 August) to take on the role of bemused narrator Honore in the first major London re