Hurling Rubble at the Sun/Hurling Rubble at the Moon (Park Theatre)
By Miriam Gillinson
A double bill of distinctly mixed merits
La traviata (Royal Opera House)
Richard Eyre's production of Verdi's romantic opera returns in its 12th revival
Planeta Ka (Unicorn Theatre)
The Unicorn's latest show for 1-3 year olds proves an adept sensory experience
The Flannelettes (King's Head)
Richard Cameron's new play takes a look at love and violence in a shattered community with a sound track of sixties soul
Mayfest (Bristol)
Matt Trueman reviews Bristol's annual festival of contemporary theatre
Betrayal: A polyphonic crime drama (Village Underground)
An immersion into the music and murderous life of Carlo Gesualdo
The Rehearsal (Chichester Minerva Theatre)
Jeremy Sams stylishly revives Jean Anouilh's country house comedy
High Society (Old Vic)
Maria Friedman's production of Cole Porter's classic feel-good musical is high in energy but short on style
Death of a Salesman (Noel Coward Theatre)
Gregory Doran's 'quietly epic' RSC revival transfers to the West End
Communicating Doors (Menier Chocolate Factory)
Lindsay Posner's production of this rarely performed Ayckbourn play opened last night