Reviews

Relatively Speaking (Frinton)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 30 Jul 2014

It was the play which brought Alan Ayckbourn to the attention of London audiences in 1967.

The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes (Arcola Theatre)
By Helen Macdonald · 30 Jul 2014

Nabil Elouahabi shows us what he's made of in Nicolas Kent's production

Porgy and Bess (Open Air Theatre)
By Simon Thomas · 29 Jul 2014

The great American opera spends Summertime livin' it easy in Regent's Park

A Streetcar Named Desire (Young Vic)
By Michael Coveney · 29 Jul 2014

Gillian Anderson has a tragic quality about her in Benedict Andrews' production

A Bright Room Called Day (Southwark Playhouse)
By Maisie Collins · 28 Jul 2014

The production of Tony Kushner's play doesn't provoke the questions that it might

Moses und Aron (Welsh National Opera)
By Keith McDonnell · 26 Jul 2014

50 years since its last Covent Garden appearance, Schoenberg's opera returns courtesy of WNO

Adriana Lecouvreur (Holland Park)
By Mark Valencia · 25 Jul 2014

A rare outing for Cilea's romantic tunefest concludes this year's sun-kissed OHP festival in style

The Nether (Royal Court)
By Catherine Love · 25 Jul 2014

Jennifer Haley's play offers an unsettling look at online ethics and the blurred line between the virtual and the real

Holes (Arcola Theatre)
By Charlotte Pegram · 24 Jul 2014

Tom Basden's prescient play at the Arcola feels like a show of two halves

Holy Warriors (Shakespeare's Globe)
By Michael Coveney · 24 Jul 2014

David Eldridge's epic new play looks at the history of religious conflict in the middle east