Reviews

Well (Sanofi Factory, Dagenham)
A week-long performance reflects on the history of the May and Baker factory
The Oresteia (Shakespeare's Globe)
Adele Thomas's 'more traditional but no less powerful production' impresses at the Globe
Flare Path (Richmond Theatre - Tour)
A revival of Terence Rattigan's wartime drama struggles to get off the ground
Absent (Shoreditch Town Hall)
An immersive take on the true story of the Duchess of Argyll is a 'masterclass in storytelling through spaces'
Hatched 'n' Dispatched (Park Theatre)
'There are pleasures to be had' in a new production by Gemma Page and Michael Kirk
People, Places and Things (National Theatre)
Award-winning actress Denise Gough stars in Jeremy Herrin's production
Iphigenia in Splott (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh)
Sophie Melville stars in Gary Owen's monologue first seen at the Sherman Cymru in May
Murmel Murmel (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
The Edinburgh International Festival closes with a surreally entertaining German comedy
Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Manchester Opera House - Tour)
By Ron Simpson
Duncan James impresses in this imaginative and 'flamboyantly over the top show' by Simon Phillips
You Won't Succeed on Broadway If You Don't Have Any Jews (St James Theatre)
By Holly Williams
Sophie Evans and Lloyd Daniels star in this loose history of Jewish composers and lyricists in musical theatre