Reviews

Single Spies (Rose Theatre, Kingston)
By Michael Coveney · 1 Oct 2014

Alan Bennett's espionage double bill An Englishman Abroad and A Question of Attribution is revived starring Alexander Hanson and Michael Pennington

The Edge of Our Bodies (Gate Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 30 Sep 2014

Shannon Tarbet excels in Adam Rapp's play at the Gate Theatre

Next Fall (Southwark Playhouse)
By Jane Martin · 30 Sep 2014

The struggle to be accepted as a gay couple goes beyond the grave in Geoffrey Nauffts' deathbed drama

The Marriage of Figaro (King's Head Theatre)
By Mark Valencia · 30 Sep 2014

For the final production at its Islington base, OperaUpClose tackles Mozart's supreme masterpiece

Still The Beating of My Heart (tour – Long Melford)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 29 Sep 2014

East Anglia produces more than plump livestock and arable crops. It generates theatre companies.

Great Britain (Theatre Royal Haymarket)
By Ben Hewis · 29 Sep 2014

Richard Bean's new play is nothing to hold the front page for

The James Plays (National Theatre)
By Mark Valencia · 26 Sep 2014

The National Theatre of Scotland's trilogy of history plays come to London's South Bank

Calm Down, Dear (Camden People's Theatre )
By Catherine Love · 26 Sep 2014

A galvanising and often funny double bill opens Camden People's Theatre's festival of feminist performance

The Vertical Hour (Park Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 26 Sep 2014

David Hare's 2006 play is revived at the Park Theatre

Beyond Cragporth Rock (Bussey Building)
By Jane Martin · 25 Sep 2014

Six sisters are driven to the limits of endurance in Haste Theatre's bloody tale