Reviews

Review: Hedda Gabler (Lyttelton, National Theatre)
Ruth Wilson and Rafe Spall star in Ivo van Hove's first production at the National
Review: We're Going On A Bear Hunt (Arts Depot)
By Sita McIntosh • WhatsOnStage
Michael Rosen's modern classic is adapted for the stage with new music by Benji Bower
Review: Sinbad the Sailor (Theatre Royal Stratford East)
Kerry Michael directs Stratford East's annual pantomime
Review: The Screwtape Letters (Park Theatre)
Max McLean adapts, directs and stars in the stage adaptation of CS Lewis' classic novel
Review: Hamlet (Trafalagar Studios)
Flute Theatre Company's adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy comes to Trafalgar Studios 2 in a co-production with English Touring Theatre
Review: The Wind in the Willows (Rose Theatre Kingston)
Ciaran McConville adapts Kenneth Grahame's surprisingly relevant The Wind in the Willows for Christmas
Review: Benighted (Old Red Lion)
JB Priestley's spooky 1927 novel is adapted for the stage by Duncan Gates
Review: Sleeping Beauty (Richmond Theatre)
Maureen Lipman returns to pantomime with an excellent Wicked Fairy in Richmond's annual Christmas offering
Review: Wild Honey (Hampstead Theatre)
Michael Frayn's take on Chekhov's first play opens at Hampstead directed by Jonathan Kent and the late Howard Davies
Review: The Snow Queen (Bristol Old Vic)
Lee Lyford directs this new version of Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale