Reviews

First Episode (Jermyn Street Theatre)

Terence Rattigan's play returns to London for the first time in 80 years

Coolatully (Finborough)

The Papatango Prize-winning play opened at the Finborough Theatre last night

La bohème (London Coliseum)

Puccini's ever-popular opera of doomed young love returns to ENO

The Witch of Edmonton (Swan Theatre, RSC)

Eileen Atkins stars in the final production in Erica Whyman's Roaring Girls season at the RSC

Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter Theatre)

The musical charting the rise and fall-outs of The Kinks transfers to the West End

'Tis Pity She's A Whore (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)

Michael Longhurst's production of John Ford's classic is "gleefully shocking"

Sweeney Todd (Harrington's Pie and Mash Shop, Tooting)
By Jane Martin

An inspired setting brings this spirited production of the Demon Barber into the heart of the community

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