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The first major revival since the original 1995 production of Simon Gray's play which was deemed a flop after Stephen Fry left the show suffering with depression
Mike Poulton, who adapted Hilary Mantel's Thomas Cromwell novels, 'Wolf Hall' and 'Bring Up The Bodies', has turned Robert Harris' trilogy of novels about Cicer…
Gordon Greenberg's striking production transforms the small Menier Chocolate Factory theatre into a Big Top and circus ring with comedian Marcus Brigstocke in the title role
This darkly comic play by 'Peter Pan's' J M Barrie has deliberate echoes of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
James Fritz's powerful play, which won the Judges' Award in the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting, explores what one person can do to effect change
A major new work by Syrian playwright and documentary filmmaker Liwaa Yazji explores propaganda in a village and includes six real goats on stage
Matthew Warchus directs Jack Thorne's new adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic with Ifans as Scrooge
Ukrainian dramatist Natal'ya Vorozhbit's play switches between bitter comedy and horror as it focuses on women's experiences in wartime
A hit in Sheffield early this year, this musical about a teenage drag queen proves just as irresistible as it transfers to the West End
Stewart Pringle's 'Trestle' which explores love and ageing has a whiff of 'Last of the Summer Wine' and 'Last Tango in Halifax' about the proceedings
Jonathan Kent directs Nicholas Wright's stage adaptation of Patrick Hamilton's novel, but despite its flaws, Fenella Woolgar is perfect in the leading role as Miss Roach
'The Exorcist' hits the West End stage 44 years after William Friedkin's classic horror film about the demonic possession of a 12-year-old girl which caused audience members t…
Rice leaves Shakespeare's Globe as its artistic director on a good note with a musical adaptation of the 2010 French-Belgian rom-com film' Les Emotifs Anonymes'
Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr open the doors to their brand new theatre with a show that reunites the team behind one of the biggest smashes of that era - 'One Man, Two Guvnors'
The 'Game of Thrones' actress Dormer and David Oakes star in the West End premiere of David Ives' Broadway hit
Elinor Cook's sharp adaptation moves Ibsen's play from the icy fjords of Norway in the 1880s to the sticky heat of the Caribbean in the 1950s
'Chimerica' director Lyndsey Turner directs Rory Mullarkey's version of the George and the dragon legend against Rae Smith's beautiful set design
Rupert Goold directs Mike Bartlett's new play - their first collaboration since their award-winning production of 'King Charles 111'
Eve Best stars in Dominic Dromgoole's production as part of a year-long season of Oscar Wilde plays in the West End
David Eldridge's new play is a wry, funny and touching meditation on the loneliness of the singleton, in the era of the dating app
Mel Brooks' new musical version of his 1974 comedy horror movie has no agenda other than to make you laugh
Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham star in this two-hander by Simon Stephens in the first production of director Marianne Elliott's new theatre company
Jonathan Munby's compelling chamber version of 'King Lear' in the Minerva Studio, allows McKellan to play-around with the beat and tempo of the verse
Toneelgroep Amsterdam artfully pair two Bergman screenplays about the phoniness of the theatre
Sophie Wu's play captures the excruciating awkwardness of teenage love, but lacks plausibility when revisiting characters in adulthood
The actress is aerially suspended in a void playing a stroke victim in this revival of Arthur Kopit's play
Bartlett Sher's fast-paced and quick-witted staging of J T Rogers's new play is so much more than a slog through three hours of argument about the Middle East
Tristan Bernays's new historical play starring Mckee as Boudica closes the Globe's summer season
Terry Johnson's play about the Oscar-winning cinematographer Jack Cardiff with dementia is sensitively directed by the author
Howard Brenton's play tells the story of playwright August Strindberg who went through an infamous psychological crisis when he abandoned the stage and took up alchemy instead
Maureen Lipman directs her late husband Jack Rosenthal's play about would be cabbies