No Guts, No Heart, No Glory (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Catherine Love · 20 Aug 2014

Common Wealth's new show about Muslim female boxers comes out fighting

Point of Departure (Three Minute Theatre, Manchester)
By David Cunningham · 16 Aug 2014

A good effort, but lacks the emotional core to see it through, says David Cunningham.

Every Brilliant Thing (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 14 Aug 2014

Duncan Macmillan's touching new play runs in the Roundabout venue at Summerhall

Sherlock's Last Case (Aldeburgh, Southwold)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 12 Aug 2014

That mythical creator of the labyrinth Daedalus would have been proud of the late Charles Marowitz's twists and turns in his play which takes Conan Doyle's most celebrated creation and runs rings around the concept.

The Wedding Singer (Lowry, Salford)
By Sarah Bloomer · 8 Aug 2014

Sarah Bloomer thinks that this production by the Company is a shoulder padded blast.

Last Confessions of a Scallywag (Mill at Sonning)
By Giles Woodforde · 7 Aug 2014

Sarah Berger's production is good, old-fashioned fun

My Theatre Firsts: I Believe in Unicorns star Danyah Miller
By Ben Hewis · 7 Aug 2014

We caught up with the actress who begins her show at the Vaudeville Theatre this week

Unfaithful (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Aug 2014

Two intertwining stories of betrayal make for a witty and engrossing drama

Around the World in 80 Days (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester)
By Carmel Thomason · 1 Aug 2014

This New Vic and Royal Exchange adaptation of Jules Verne's classic is a Summer treat

Images released for Into the Woods film starring Meryl Streep and James Corden
By Ben Hewis · 31 Jul 2014

Sondheim and Lapine's musical has been adapted for the big screen and will be released next year