Reviews

Show 6 (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
By Hannah Giles · 25 Sep 2014

Following their debut at this year's Edinburgh fringe, Secret Theatre take their "festival" of shows on tour

A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
By Hannah Giles · 25 Sep 2014

Following their debut at this year's Edinburgh fringe, Secret Theatre take their "festival" of shows on tour

An Enemy of the People (Barbican Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 25 Sep 2014

Thomas Ostermeier's production is poetic and faithful to Ibsen

You're Never Too Old (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 24 Sep 2014

As first plays go, "You're Never Too Old" is something of a "corker". it garlanded prise in Edinburgh this year; now south of the Border has a chance to see it too.

Teh Internet is Serious Business (Royal Court)
By Catherine Love · 24 Sep 2014

The Royal Court's latest anarchic offering tells the story of Anonymous and LulzSec hacktivists

As You Like It (Southwark Playhouse)
By Miranda Fay Thomas · 23 Sep 2014

Derek Bond's production of Shakespeare's comedy is a satisfying one

Evita (Dominion Theatre)
By Mark Valencia · 23 Sep 2014

Don't cry for Rice and Lloyd Webber: their rags-to-riches heroine is back in the West End

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