Superb humour, but what does it mean?
Lucy Bailey directs a rarely staged Tennessee Williams.
Touring production of Harper Lee’s classic novel.
Zelda Fitzgerald checks out.
Helena Kaut-Howson’s fresh and fluid production.
Site-specific Shakespeare from Belt Up.
Victorian sex scandal with songs.
Rona Munro touches the stars.
Philip Ridley’s explosive exploration of love.
A David Mamet double bill.
Macabre music hall with Les Enfants Terribles.
A biblical revival.
Sophocles gets dark, bloody and anguished.
Pinter’s late play burnished with age.
Mark O’Rowe writes like a frothing, dying horse.