Reviews

Selfie (Ambassadors Theatre)

The National Youth Theatre presents a modern take on The Picture of Dorian Gray as part of its latest West End rep season

Taken at Midnight (Chichester Minerva)

'The play's triumph is to show us that totalitarianism isn't all jackboots and torture chambers'

Free As Air (Finborough Theatre)

Stewart Nicholls' revival of this 1950s musical does not entirely make the case for rediscovering it

The Man Jesus (Lyric Theatre)

Simon Callow's latest one-man show stopped off at the Lyric theatre on Monday

Love Story (Union Theatre)

'Much as I admire it, I still can't write a love song to Love Story'

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Royal and Derngate, Northampton)
By Michael Davies

James Dacre's production 'has a sultry heat and simmering tension'

The Trials of Oscar Wilde

There's something about a courtroom drama - even when the case is a historical (not to say, historic) one which exerts a peculiar fascination

Rachel (Finborough Theatre)
By Amy Guyler

'A valiant effort to showcase the inequalities in a way that is both humanising and realistic'

The Girl of the Golden West (London Coliseum)

Puccini's gold rush western returns to ENO after a 50-year absence

Speed-the-Plow (Playhouse Theatre)

Lindsay Lohan "gives all that she's got" in a flawed production of David Mamet's play