Reviews

Ah, Wilderness! (Young Vic)
Natalie Abrahami revives Eugene O'Neill's family drama
Love's Sacrifice (Swan Theatre)
The Royal Shakespeare Company revives John Ford's play
Who Cares (Royal Court)
An immersive exploration of the NHS misses the mark
Measure for Measure (Silk Street Theatre)
Cheek by Jowl revives Shakespeare's play with their Russian ensemble
King John (Temple Church, London)
'In our own election year, King John has plenty to say, to put it mildly'
Carmen Disruption (Almeida)
Matt Trueman reviews Simon Stephens' punishing yet pleasurable new play which reimagines Bizet's opera Carmen
The Pirates of Penzance (Tour)
The Union Theatre's all-male Gilbert & Sullivan marches on with catlike tread
Death of a Comedian (Soho Theatre, London)
Owen McCafferty's new play explores the highs and lows of the comedy world
Fight Night (Unicorn Theatre)
With the campaign for the next General Election in full swing, Belgian company Ontroerend Goed bring their Edinburgh hit to the Tooley Street venue
Between Worlds (Barbican Theatre)
English National Opera goes on its annual travels with a new opera depicting the events of 9/11