Reviews

Natural Affection (Jermyn Street Theatre)
By Giles Cole · 18 Jul 2014

William Inge's play opened last night at the Jermyn Street Theatre

The Tempest (Cockpit Theatre)
By Helen Macdonald · 18 Jul 2014

Tree Folk Theatre's Tempest is charming Shakespeare with a twist

La traviata (Glyndebourne)
By Mark Valencia · 18 Jul 2014

Verdi's most popular opera, sensationally played and sung, crowns the 2014 Glyndebourne season

The Importance of Being Earnest (Harold Pinter Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 18 Jul 2014

Lucy Bailey's revival of Oscar Wilde's classic has a concept which doesn't quite work

In Lambeth (Southwark Playhouse)
By Miriam Zendle · 16 Jul 2014

Jack Shepherd's 1989 play imagines a meeting between William Blake and Thomas Paine

The Adventures of Count Ory (Blackheath Halls)
By Simon Thomas · 16 Jul 2014

Top professionals lead the annual community opera in south-east London

Within the Gates (Frinton)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 16 Jul 2014

What better to mark a theatre's 75 anniversary season than a special pièce d'occasion?

Invincible (St James Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 16 Jul 2014

Torben Betts successfully skewers class tensions and the north/south divide

Shutters (Park Theatre)
By Laurna Robertson · 15 Jul 2014

The triptych of plays at the Park Theatre explores the journey of women over the last hundred years

Alice: The Musical (tour – Burwell)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Jul 2014

Family shows performed out-of-doors have to offer more than drama and music to hold and audience. Cambridge Touring Theatre does it with costumes.