Reviews

Jenůfa (London Coliseum)
ENO revives one of its greatest successes to close a troubled season in triumph
Barbu (London Wonderground)
After La Soirée and Limbo, the latest circus troupe in the Spiegeltent feels trite and underwhelming
Idomeneo (Garsington Opera at Wormsley)
Mozart's opera is vividly cast and delivered by the cream of (mostly) British talent
Henry V (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre)
Michelle Terry leads the cast of Robert Hastie's 'fresh' production
A student reviews Romeo and Juliet (Garrick Theatre)
By Natalie Brundle
We sent 15 year-old Natalie Brundle to review Kenneth Branagh's production of the play she read at school, Romeo and Juliet, for the first time
Watership Down, (Watermill Theatre, Newbury)
Adam Penford directs Richard Adams' classic 1972 children's novel
Wild (Hampstead Theatre)
James Macdonald directs Mike Bartlett's dark new comedy
Werther (Royal Opera House)
Massenet's intimate romance is the ideal star vehicle for a diva, a divo and a maestro
It Is Easy To Be Dead (Finborough Theatre)
Neil McPherson's new play is about a remarkable WWI poet, Charles Hamilton Sorley
Depart (Tower Hamlets Cemetery)
Australian company Circa turn a graveyard into a big top with their new piece for LIFT