Reviews

Frankenstein (Royal Opera House)
The Royal Ballet's artist in residence Liam Scarlett presents his first full-length work for the Royal Opera House main stage
The Iphigenia Quartet (Gate Theatre)
The classic Greek story of Iphigenia at Aulis is reworked into four short plays
Schism (Finborough Theatre)
The struggle to achieve in spite of disability is tackled in Athena Stevens' sharp new play
The Destroyed Room (Battersea Arts Centre)
Matthew Lenton directs a production inspired by Jeff Wall's photograph of a room in total disarray
Travels With My Aunt (Chichester Festival Theatre)
Stiles and Drewe's musical adaptation runs until June 4
The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary! (Bristol Old Vic)
Flaubert's novel is given a comedy re-working by Peepolykus
Opening Skinner's Box (Northern Stage)
Improbable adapt Lauren Slater's book to explore controversial, psychological experiments of the last century
Elegy (Donmar Warehouse)
Nick Payne's new play opens at the Donmar Warehouse
Shit-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Leicester Square Theatre)
Magnificent Bastard Productions' irreverent take on Shakespeare arrives in London
Tannhäuser (Royal Opera House)
Tim Albery's staging of Wagner's opera returns, finely conducted but unevenly cast