Reviews

Review: The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family (Attenborough Centre)
Richard Nelson's trilogy, running as part of the Brighton Festival, is an unforgettable experience
Review: Hipermestra (Glyndebourne)
Britain's premier summer festival opens with a spectacular staging of Cavalli's opera
Review: Deposit (Hampstead Theatre)
Matt Hartley's play looks at the pressures of everyday living in London
Review: Babette's Feast (Print Room)
Bill Buckhurst directs a new adaptation of Karen Blixen's original tale
Review: Vice Versa (Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon)
Phil Porter's mad Roman farce is a welcome appearance on the RSC's Swan stage
Review: The Who's Tommy (Birmingham Repertory Theatre)
By Diane Parkes
Kerry Michael directs the second production as part of the Ramps on the Moon project
Review: Richard III (Arcola Theatre)
Greg Hicks plays a snarling, dark Richard in Shakespeare's bloody play
Review: Manwatching (Royal Court)
A different comedian every night reads the script written by an anonymous woman in this show at the Royal Court
Review: Lettice and Lovage (Menier Chocolate Factory)
Maureen Lipman and Felicity Kendal star in Peter Shaffer's odd play
Review: Winter Hill (Octagon Theatre)
Timberlake Wertenbaker's new play has a group of women turning a building site into a new anti-corporate Greenham Common