Claudine Toutoungi's complex piece about the tangle of sex, deceit and lies emanating from a surgeon's relationship with his patient is "maturely structured and excitingly written"
An August Bank Holiday Lark nominated in Best New Play category
Marking his 75th birthday, the world premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's latest work proves his continued ability to delight and amaze.
Alan Ayckbourn returns to SJT to direct his 1998 play
Sir Arthur Sullivan's one act comic opera is reinvented with a brand new second act.
Stephen Joseph Theatre kicks of its summer programme with Chris Monks' adaptation of The Last Train to Scarborough.
Set in Yorkshire 1914, Andrew Martin's crime thriller "is a pleasing diversion, but doesn't really excite".
Starting its UK tour in Scarborough, Sticks Theatre Company's examination of the life of a chronic hoarder is a "bold piece of physical theatre".
Nikolai Foster's production of Shelagh Stephenson's 2000 play has "wildly funny moments" but "leans towards the obvious"
Mark Babych discusses his production of A Taste of Honey and the Hull Truck's current programme