Albion (Bush Theatre)
By Amardeep Sohi @AmardeepSohi1 · 22 Sep 2014

Chris Thompson's mix of far right politics and karaoke make for an unsettling new play

Il barbiere di Siviglia (Royal Opera House)
By Katherine Cooper · 21 Sep 2014

Caurier & Leiser's primary-coloured staging of Rossini's The Barber of Sevllle returns to the Royal Opera's repertoire

Journey's End (Watermill, Newbury)
By Judi Herman · 19 Sep 2014

R C Sherriff's World War One classic is atmospherically revived by director Paul Hart

Doctor Scroggy's War (Shakespeare's Globe)
By Michael Coveney · 18 Sep 2014

Howard Brenton's play about the Great War is sharp and entertaining

Design for Murder (tour – Stevenage)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 17 Sep 2014

Something nasty in the woodshed? Try something very nasty under the greenhouse as "Design for Murder"'s alternative.

Sweeney Todd (Twickenham Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 17 Sep 2014

The blood flows freely in this darkly thrilling production of Sondheim's extraordinary musical

Ghost From A Perfect Place (Arcola)
By Charlotte Pegram · 17 Sep 2014

Philip Ridley's controversial play is revived well at the Arcola

Ballyturk (NT Lyttelton)
By Michael Coveney · 17 Sep 2014

'This could be Beckett as a noisy silent movie'

Hamlet (Royal Exchange, Manchester)
By Glenn Meads · 17 Sep 2014

Maxine Peake's portrayal of Hamlet is a hot ticket in Manchester and although she is excellent, the production itself garners mixed results

Forbidden Broadway (Vaudeville Theatre)
By Theo Bosanquet · 16 Sep 2014

The legendary revue returns, taking pot shots at The Book of Mormon and Once