Reviews

Amaluna (Royal Albert Hall)
By Lucinda Everett
Cirque du Soleil return to the Royal Albert Hall with their new touring show
Private Lives (Churchill Theatre, Bromley and touring)
Tom Chambers and Laura Rogers star as Noel Coward's quarrelling lovers
Expiry Date (Barbican Centre)
Belgian company Babafish present this look at time running out as part of the London International Mime Festival
The Rolling Stone (Orange Tree Theatre)
Chris Urch's commanding new play arrives at the Orange Tree Theatre
This is Private Property (Camden People's Theatre)
Brian Logan's production takes a look at London's housing crisis
La traviata (Royal Opera House)
The latest revival of The Royal Opera's crowd-puller is wonderfully cast
This Will End Badly (Southwark Playhouse)
Rob Hayes' monologue transfers to London after a run at last year's Edinburgh fringe
The Long Road South (King's Head)
Paul Minx's play foucused around the civil rights movement in 1965 transfers to the King's Head
Mi Gran Obra (Tate Modern)
David Espinosa's piece features 300 actors, a military band, a rock group and helicopters, in miniature
Give Me Your Love (Battersea Arts Centre)
Theatre company Ridiculusmus return with their show about Post-Traumatic Stress and the therapeutic effects of MDMA