Reviews

Princess Ida (Finborough Theatre)
Gilbert and Sullivan's show is revived at the Finborough Theatre
Macbeth (Tour)
Tara Arts's production of Shakespeare's tragedy fails to excite
The Three Lions (St James Theatre)
William Gaminara's Edinburgh hit play makes its London debut
The Jew of Malta (Swan Theatre, RSC)
Jasper Britton impresses in the Royal Shakespeare Company's latest production
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Liverpool Everyman)
By Carole Baldock
Nick Bagnall's production makes for an "enchanted evening"
The Chair (Unicorn Theatre)
By Miriam Gillinson
'For all the clever effects and finely poised performances, the show begins to lose its dark hold over the young audience'
The Royale (Bush Theatre)
By Jane Martin
Marco Ramirez's play about a black boxing champion packs a punch
Anna Karenina (Royal Exchange)
By Mandy Martinez
Tolstoy's epic novel is given a stripped back staging
Hedda Gabler (Edinburgh Lyceum)
By Simon Thompson
Richard Eyre's new version of Ibsen's classic is contemporary and well constructed
Rules For Living (National Theatre Dorfman)
Sam Holcroft paints a dysfunctional family Christmas in her new play at the National