The upcoming season will also feature a three-man Hamlet, Journey's End and a festive Peter Pan
But we also know some great theatrical ways to escape the city heat
Our chief critic enjoys a leading Coward interpreter and reflects on the death of the writer of The Accrington Pals
The classic story of Peter Pan, the flying boy, fails to soar at Newcastle's Metro radio Arena.
Peter Pan ticks many of the boxes at the Liverpool Empire, says Carole Baldock
Bath Theatre Royal's Peter Pan is a good old fashioned panto with something for everyone
Peter Pan is not the most suitable of stories for adaptation into pantomime. Certainly it has a hero, a heroine, and a Grade A baddie, but its wistful evocation of childhood and the boy who never wants to grow up blends uneasily with the requirements of traditional Christmas fare
Theatre by the Lake announces its new season, including Brian Friel's classic Dancing at Lughnasa