Reviews

84 Charing Cross Road (Salisbury Playhouse)
Janie Dee and Clive Francis star in a moving revival of James Roose-Evans's book-centred adaptation
Little Light (Orange Tree)
Alice Birch's fourth full-length play has a Butterworthian tang
Inigo (White Bear)
Jonathan Moore's new play comes across as too threadbare, dull and "fringey" for its own good
The Mastersingers of Nuremberg (London Coliseum)
Richard Jones revisits his 2010 WNO triumph in a majestic restaging for English National Opera
The Last of the De Mullins (Jermyn Street Theatre)
By Carole Gordon
St John Hankin's rarely-seen play centres on a single mother who returns to her conventional Edwardian family
Joan of Arc (New Diorama Theatre)
By Susan Elkin
The Faction opens the third production in their rep season at the New Diorama
The Singing Stones (Arcola Theatre)
By Charlotte Pegram
Mama Quilla's triad of plays has a good message but the production is lacking
Othello (The Rose, Bankside)
By Miranda Fay Thomas
A modern-dress, filleted version of Shakespeare's tragedy fails to impress
Der fliegende Holländer (Royal Opera House)
Wagner's Flying Dutchman drops anchor at Covent Garden for a second revival of Tim Albery's staging.
Shakespeare in Love (Noel Coward Theatre)
With a new cast, does this production still smell as sweet?