Reviews

The Hunters Grimm (The Albany)
By Jane Martin

There's no sitting back for Teatro Vivo's latest show, which takes its audience on a story-hunting mission through the streets of Deptford

The Wild Duck (Barbican)

'It's Ibsen for people who don't care about Ibsen'

Antigone (York Theatre Royal)
By Dan Meyers

Pilot Theatre and Roy Williams transport Sophocles' tragedy from ancient Greece to the world of contemporary gang culture

La scala di seta (Royal Opera House)

Rossini's 'Silken Ladder' showcases the Jette Parker Young Artists in the Linbury Studio

Wet House (Soho Theatre)
By Laurna Robertson

Paddy Campbell's knock out play comes to Soho Theatre following its world premiere at Live Theatre, Newcastle last year

Memphis the Musical (Shaftesbury Theatre)

'What it lacks in narrative subtlety it makes up for with a sound as rich as you're likely to hear on any West End stage'

The Curing Room (Pleasance Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly

'Worth a look, though maybe not too closely'

The Rivals (Arcola Theatre)
By Charlotte Pegram

Gemma Jones and Nicholas Le Prevost star in a revival of Sheridan's classic comedy of manners

Neville's Island (Duke of York's)

'It's Tim Firth's lasting achievement that he's nailed so many macho myths in one delirious, slightly implausible scenario'

How Nigeria Became (Unicorn Theatre)
By Jane Martin

Black History Month is celebrated at the Unicorn with this play-within-a-play about the birth of Nigeria