Reviews

Wildefire (Hampstead Theatre)

Roy Williams' new show looking at the Met police is a "blowtorch of a play"

La Soirée (Southbank Centre)
By Alison Goldie

The variety show returns to London's South Bank

Siro-A (Leicester Square Theatre)
By Will Stone

The Japanese troupe bring their mix of technology and dance to London

Not About Heroes (Trafalgar Studios)

Stephen MacDonald's play centres on the friendship between war poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen

Man to Man (Park Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly

Tricia Kelly shines in the lead role in Manfred Karge's new drama

2071 (Royal Court)

'One of the most outrageously anti-theatrical events I've ever attended'

Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre)

'A traditional working class musical about industrial action that sits worthily alongside Billy Elliot, Brassed Off and The Full Monty'

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour's Dracula (Colchester)

This take on Bram Stoker's classic is some thing to get your fangs into on a dark and stormy night...

But First This (Watermill, Newbury)
By Judi Herman

Kathy Clugston's irreverent insider homage to Radio 4 is huge fun – and not just a good listen!

The House That Will Not Stand (Tricycle Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly

Indhu Rubasingham brings Gardley's new innovative play to the stage