Land of Our Fathers (Trafalgar Studios)
By Carole Gordon · 10 Sep 2014

Chris Urch's play is "powerfully realised"

Three Men in a Boat (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 9 Sep 2014

A couple of years ago, this three-hander dramatisation of the Jerome K Jerome classic in a basic – almost minimalist staging – had a thoroughly enjoyable and successful tour.

The Return of the Soldier (Jermyn Street Theatre)
By Susan Elkin · 9 Sep 2014

The musical at the Jermyn Street Theatre starring Michael Matus and Laura Pitt-Pulford is well designed and beautifully acted

Breeders (St James Theatre)
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 Sep 2014

A new comedy about conception proves refreshingly silly

Mojo (White Bear Theatre)
By Amy Guyler · 9 Sep 2014

The new adaptation of Jez Butterworth's play is a "knockout"

Saint Matthew Passion (Royal Albert Hall)
By Simon Thomas · 7 Sep 2014

Iconoclastic director Peter Sellars brings his 2010 staging of Bach's sacred oratorio to the BBC Proms

The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare's Globe)
By Maxwell Cooter · 5 Sep 2014

Blanche McIntyre directs Shakespeare's classic comedy of mistaken identity

Friend or Foe (Colchester)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 4 Sep 2014

With anniversaries of two world war butting up against each other, this new production of Daniel Buckroyd's adaptation of the Michael Morpurgo story is very timely.

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games (London Palladium)
By Colin Marks · 4 Sep 2014

Michael Flatley's West End swansong is a high-energy extravaganza

Little Revolution (Almeida Theatre)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Sep 2014

Alecky Blythe's new verbatim play puts too much focus on the middle class response to the 2011 riots