Occupied (Theatre503)
By Laurna Robertson · 25 Apr 2014 · London

Carla Grauls' darkly comic play takes a look at immigrants in London and cultural stereotypes

Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York's Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 24 Apr 2014 · London

Wodehouse's wit and a dazzling new cast make this a perfect entertainment

The Silver Tassie (NT Lyttelton)
By Mark Valencia · 24 Apr 2014 · London

The National Theatre offers a rare opportunity to experience Sean O'Casey's ground-breaking anti-war play

Privacy (Donmar Warehouse)
By Ben Hewis · 23 Apr 2014 · London

James Graham's latest play examines the issues with online privacy

Archimedes' Principle (Park Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 22 Apr 2014 · London

Accusations of child abuse fly in this intense and unsettling drama

The School for Scheming (Orange Tree Theatre)
By Mel West · 22 Apr 2014 · London

Oliver Gomm shines in this Victorian comedy directed by Auriol Smith

Dorian Gray (Riverside Studios)
By Mel West · 22 Apr 2014 · Off-West End

The latest members of the Fox and Redgrave dynasties take to the stage in this reimagining of Oscar Wilde's novel

La Traviata (Royal Opera)
By Keith McDonnell · 20 Apr 2014 · London

Diana Damrau is sensational as Violetta at The Royal Opera

Cool Rider (Duchess Theatre)
By Miriam Zendle · 17 Apr 2014 · London

Hannah LeVane stands out, as Cool Rider returns to the West End for one week only

Henry IV Part II (Royal Shakespeare Theatre, RSC)
By Simon Tavener · 17 Apr 2014 · Central

Part II suffers from the curse of the sequel but Oliver Ford Davies and Jim Hooper shine

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