Reviews

Incognito (Bush Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 16 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

Nick Payne's cerebral new play arrives at the Bush Theatre

If destroyed, still true (Norwich & Norfolk Festival)
By Wilf Arasaratnam · 15 May 2014 · Norwich

Molly Naylor's latest storytelling show is "littered with funny and beautiful writing"

The Gondoliers (tour – Ipswich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 15 May 2014 · Ipswich

You can easily see why "The Gondoliers" – the last major triumph of the Gilbert and Sullivan partnership – remains one of the most popular of all the Savoy operas.

The Pajama Game (Shaftesbury Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 14 May 2014 · London, West End

Richard Eyre's production still charms as it transfers to the West End

A Trick to Catch the Old One (Rose, Bankside)
By Sarah Marsh · 13 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

Middleton's rarely-seen comedy sees a young man take revenge on the uncle who has tricked him out of his inheritance

Waiting For Godot (Arcola Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 13 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

Simon Dormandy's production starring comedy duo Totally Tom gets to the play's comedy roots

Donkey Heart (Old Red Lion)
By Michael Coveney · 12 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

Nina Raine directs her brother Moses' Russia-set drama tracing the legacy of communism

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 12 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

A spirited cast throw themselves into this dated but high-octane musical

Tosca (Royal Opera House)
By Katherine Cooper · 12 May 2014 · West End

Director Jonathan Kent's vivid staging of Puccini's verismo classic returns to Covent Garden yet again

Microcosm (Soho Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 11 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

Menacing but predictable intruders create the drama in Matt Hartley's play