Reviews

Wild Life (Norwich Playhouse)
Belgian arts centre CAMPO brings together ten young performers to explore the experience of how music makes you feel
Human Animals (Royal Court)
London comes under attack from animals in Stef Smith's debut play at the Royal Court
Flowers for Mrs Harris (Sheffield Crucible)
Daniel Evans directs his last production at the Crucible
Walk With Me (Felbrigg Hall)
In his first review from the Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Matt Trueman takes a stroll in the woods with Strijbos & Van Rijswijk's latest walkscape
Running Wild (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre)
Michael Morpurgo's novel is adapted for the stage by Samuel Adamson
Blue/Orange (Young Vic)
Joe Penhall's 2000 play is revived at the Young Vic
The Joke (Camden People's Theatre)
An Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman get trapped in a joke in Will Adamsdale's new play
This is Living (Trafalgar Studios)
Michael Socha and Tamla Kari star in Liam Borrett's debut play
Stone Face (Finborough Theatre)
JMK Award-winner Roy Alexander Weise directs Eve Leigh's play about life in captivity based on true events
The Invisible Hand (Tricycle Theatre)
Indhu Rubasingham directs Pulitzer Prize–winning Ayad Akhtar's intense political thriller