Uplift and downfall: Diana Damian Martin reviews Yasmine Hugonnet, as part of London International Mime Festival.
Ka Bradley reviews Some People Say, Father Figurine and Reclaim the word slut! as part of Resolution 2018.
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 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.”
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”.
Unexpectedly dark and messy: Hailey Bachrach reviews Sam Potter’s new play about motherhood.
We all knew: Maddy Costa on a complex exploration of the refugee crisis.
Very much a character study, not a spy drama: Neil Dowden reviews the Hampstead Theatre’s revival of Simon Gray’s play about an unlikely friendship.
Age of Anxiety fears: Sally Hales reviews Anne Washburn’s adaptation of the cult sci-fi series.