Misalliance (Tabard Theatre)
By Neil Dowden · 9 Jun 2014

A rare revival of George Bernard Shaw's Surrey-set drama fails to make a strong case for the play

Vert-Vert (Garsington Opera at Wormsley Estate)
By Katherine Cooper · 9 Jun 2014

Offenbach's little-known operetta brings comic bliss to Garsington

An Interview with Gaddafi (Waterloo East Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 9 Jun 2014

This thought-provoking new play explores the global politics behind the downfall of Libya's Colonel Gaddafi

Mugs Arrows (Old Red Lion Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 8 Jun 2014

A strange but compelling new offering from Third Man Theatre, who consistently subvert expectations

Don Giovanni (Glyndebourne)
By Mark Valencia · 8 Jun 2014

Jonathan Kent's dark staging of Mozart's cautionary opera returns to the Sussex Downs

Fidelio (Garsington Opera at Wormsley Estate)
By Katherine Cooper · 8 Jun 2014

Garsington's 25th anniversary season opens with a revival of John Cox's powerful staging of Beethoven's only opera

Untold Stories (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
By Ron Simpson · 6 Jun 2014

The Playhouse's celebration of Alan Bennett continues with this highly personal piece covering the playwright's upbringing in Armley

Benvenuto Cellini (London Coliseum)
By Keith McDonnell · 6 Jun 2014

English National Opera's first-ever staging of Berlioz's 'semi-comic' opera is a triumph

The Confessions of Gordon Brown (Ambassadors Theatre, West End)
By Alex MacDonald · 6 Jun 2014

Kevin Toolis' biographical study of the former PM transfers to the West End

Pressure (Chichester Festival Theatre)
By Maxwell Cooter · 6 Jun 2014

David Haig's play about weathermen during World War Two opened at Chichester Festival Theatre last night