First World War

English National Ballet announces 2015/16 season
By Editorial Staff
Highlights include a new triple bill of work by female choreographers
The Christmas Truce (Royal Shakespeare Company)
Erica Whyman directs Phil Porter's new family play inspired by real events of exactly 100 years ago
A Farewell to Arms (Tour - Salford)
By Elise Gallagher
Impressive and lots to admire but at times lacks the heart required to truly succeed.
War Game (Bristol Old Vic)
By Hannah Sweernam
''War Games'; on Armistice Day reminds us of a war that should not be forgotten in a well judged monologue that takes us to the heart of the conflict.
Love's Labour's Won (RSC)
'I am far from convinced by the belief that Much Ado is the sequel to Love's Labour's Lost'
Love's Labour's Lost (RSC)
'It is much more than just Downton comes to Stratford'
Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for autumn
A round-up of some of the best theatre on offer all over the country this October and November
Family Arts Festival comes to Manchester Theatres
Affordable theatre for families arrives in Manchester in mid October.
Thumbs up for Doctor Scroggy's War at Globe
By Nicole Goldstein
Howard Brenton's latest for the Globe is 'one of the very finest of this year's glut of First World War dramas'
Early One Morning follows Journey's End at the Octagon
This production is a partner piece to Journey's End, currently playing at the Octagon.