My Mother Said I Never Should (St James Theatre)
Maureen Lipman stars in Charlotte Keatley's landmark play about mother-daughter relationships and family secrets
Another World: Losing Our Children to Islamic State (Temporary Theatre, National Theatre)
Gillian Slovo's play is created from verbatim interviews with people affected by Islamic State
The House of In Between (Theatre Royal, Stratford East)
Worthwhile and well staged Indian drama let down by a flat script
Deathwatch (Print Room at the Coronet)
Jean Genet's first play receives its first major revival in nearly thirty years
Wendy Hoose (Soho Theatre)
Scottish theatre companies Birds of Paradise and Random Accomplice bring their no-holds-barred comedy to London
One Million Tiny Plays About Britain (Watermill Theatre)
By Judi Herman
Craig Taylor's Tiny Plays explore modern Britain via overheard conversations from around the country
Wipers (Curve, Leicester)
Suba Das directs Ishy Din's play honouring South Asian soldiers in the First World War
The Suicide (National Theatre)
Suhayla El-Bushra updates Nikolai Erdman's 1928 play and transfers it to contemporary urban Britain
Guys and Dolls (Phoenix Theatre)
The Chichester Festival Theatre production gets its second West End stint following a run at the Savoy
Legally Blonde (Curve Theatre)
Lucie Jones leads the cast as Elle Woods in this revival of the Olivier Award-winning musical