Betty Blue Eyes (Tour – Colchester)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 20 Mar 2014 · Southeast

Not many modern musicals nowadays let you leave the theatre with a smile on your face, but Betty Blue Eyes is one of these

Two Into One (Menier Chocolate Factory)
By Michael Coveney · 20 Mar 2014 · London

Ray Cooney directs and appears in a revival of his 1980s political farce

Invincible (Orange Tree Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly · 19 Mar 2014 · London

Torben Betts' play at the Richmond theatre makes for an entertaining evening

Chewing Gum Dreams (NT Shed)
By Jane Martin · 19 Mar 2014 · London

Michaela Coel's one-woman show, based loosely on her teenage self, demonstrates her "lyrical gift"

Blithe Spirit (Gielgud Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 19 Mar 2014 · London

Angela Lansbury returns in triumph to the West End for the first time in 40 years as the eccentric clairvoyant Madame Arcati

Visitors (Arcola Theatre)
By James Kelly · 18 Mar 2014 · London

Linda Bassett stars in Barney Norris' touching evocation of a family coming to terms with dementia

Satan Sings Mostly Sondheim (Jermyn Street Theatre)
By Maisie Collins · 18 Mar 2014 · London

Adam Long's sixty minute Sondheim skit has the right idea but overstays its welcome

The Massacre at Paris (Rose Theatre, Bankside)
By Miranda Fay Thomas · 17 Mar 2014 · London

Christopher Marlowe's final play is revived on the south bank

I'd Rather Goya Robbed Me of My Sleep than Some Other Arsehole (Gate Theatre)
By Maisie Collins · 17 Mar 2014 · London

Rodrigo Garcia's play features a stellar performance from Steffan Rhodri but the script needs work

Pests (Manchester)
By Elise Gallagher · 15 Mar 2014 · London

Pests may be grim, but it's also raw and gut wrenching, says Elise Gallagher

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