Spunky, but doesn’t quite fill the pool.
Bold and unsettling.
Murder most Ayckbourn.
Adam Gwon’s fairytale of New York
Dense, prismatic, powerful.
The kinetic scream of Chekhov’s asylum.
A comic crack at climate change scepticism.
Analogue’s ripple effect
Small-scale Sondheim in Southwark
Overcoming Fry and Laurie?
Smart, funny and slightly insidious.
A murderous zest for life in this DBC Pierre adaptation
Substance, surface, and inflatable fish.
Roald Dahl and the League of Gentlemen’s Jeremy Dyson collide.
The Italian director’s ’60s trilogy reimagined for stage.