Reviews

Review: Giulio Cesare [Parts 1 & 2] (Hackney Empire and tour)
Rome meets Egypt as ETO performs Handel's lengthy opera across two evenings
Review: Hedda Gabler (Theatre Royal Plymouth)
Lizzy Watts stars in this touring production of the National Theatre's adaptation
Review: The Lie (Menier Chocolate Factory)
Samantha Bond and Alexander Hanson star in Florian Zeller's comedy about marriage and dishonesty
Review: Dardanus (Hackney Empire and tour)
English Touring Opera presents a rarely-heard 18th-century opera by Rameau
Review: Kings (New Diorama Theatre)
Smoke & Oakum's new play tackles issues of homelessness, with a magical twist
Review: Big Foot (Stratford Circus)
Joseph Barnes-Phillips presents this semi-autobiographical coming-of-age one-man show
Review: The Barber of Seville (London Coliseum)
Jonathan Miller's venerable production of Rossini's comedy, blissfully revived.
Review: Laika (Unicorn Theatre)
Bryony Hannah and Avye Leventis reinterpret the historical tale of the first dog in space
Review: My Name Is Rachel Corrie (Young Vic)
JMK Award-winner Josh Roche directs this play edited by the late Alan Rickman and Guardian editor Katharine Viner
Review: The Terrible Infants (Wilton's Music Hall)
Les Enfants Terribles return to the show, now celebrating its tenth anniversary