Memphis the Musical (Shaftesbury Theatre)
By Theo Bosanquet · 23 Oct 2014

'What it lacks in narrative subtlety it makes up for with a sound as rich as you're likely to hear on any West End stage'

The Curing Room (Pleasance Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly · 23 Oct 2014

'Worth a look, though maybe not too closely'

The Rivals (Arcola Theatre)
By Charlotte Pegram · 22 Oct 2014

Gemma Jones and Nicholas Le Prevost star in a revival of Sheridan's classic comedy of manners

Neville's Island (Duke of York's)
By Michael Coveney · 22 Oct 2014

'It's Tim Firth's lasting achievement that he's nailed so many macho myths in one delirious, slightly implausible scenario'

How Nigeria Became (Unicorn Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 21 Oct 2014

Black History Month is celebrated at the Unicorn with this play-within-a-play about the birth of Nigeria

Elaine Paige: Page by Page by Paige (Royal Albert Hall)
By Jane Martin · 21 Oct 2014

Elaine Paige says a fond farewell to the stage in a concert that spans her amazing 50 years in musical theatre

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Charing Cross Theatre)
By Mark Valencia · 21 Oct 2014

The 1968 revue by Mort Shuman and Eric Blau is revived underneath the Embankment arches

Das Ding (New Diorama Theatre)
By Susan Elkin · 21 Oct 2014

Praise must go to the stage management team of Stone Crabs Theatre's latest production

The Scottsboro Boys (Garrick Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 21 Oct 2014

'Nothing about the Scottsboro Nine's case makes it obvious material for a musical, but then Kander and Ebb aren't about obvious'

Our Town (Almeida Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 20 Oct 2014

David Cromer's refreshing new version of Thornton Wilder's play amplifies its emphasis on the ordinary