Plenty of fish: Alice Saville on a same-sex, internet-age romance that loses its way.
The need to be understood: Dave Fargnoli reviews Tim Cowbury’s new play about seeking asylum and being lost in translation.
Hypnotic, ritualistic, something impossible and mesmeric: Francesca Peschier reviews the London premiere of Gandini Juggling’s new show.
Brash and arresting, profane and profound: Brendan Macdonald reviews a revival of Steven Berkoff’s East End play.
And other back-page freak accidents… Brendan Macdonald reviews a revival of Abi Morgan’s 2001 play about causality and the past.
A hyperactive primary-coloured tale: Amelia Forsbrook reviews Cirque du Soleil’s new show.
A father in an urn and women that want to be heard, not seen: Francesca Peschier reviews the winning entries in a new monologue competition.
“It’s a show you can’t take notes about, don’t really want to be a critic about, don’t really want to be an adult about.”
Lots of knots: Rosemary Waugh reviews the arrival of Andrea Dunbar’s play at the Royal Court.
A revival of ‘Z-Cars’ writer John Hopkins’ 1968 psychological thriller shows how much times have changed.
Europe is coming: Ed Nightingale reviews a revival of Bernard Shaw’s “state of the nation comedy of manners”.
A cult hit: Anoushka Warden’s debut monologue is bold, brash and baggy.
Unexpectedly dark and messy: Hailey Bachrach reviews Sam Potter’s new play about motherhood.
“A Victor Hugo musical? It’ll never work.” Brendan Macdonald reviews the London transfer of The Grinning Man.
Who tells your story: the smash-hit revisionist historical musical comes to London.