Shopping bags and parcel tape: Rosemary Waugh reviews Rufus Norris’s after-the-war Shakespeare.
Farewell, puritanism: Rosemary Waugh reviews the stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s famous film.
Two sides, one story: Nabilah Said reviews the stage adaptation of Ghassan Kanafani’s novella.
Stephanie Jacob’s new play about modern slavery is ‘menacingly volatile’.
Francesca Peschier has a long, hard think about why she didn’t like this.
Bodies for sale: Rosemary Waugh reviews Sasha Waltz & Guests’ human-focused dance work
Sophocles…but make it punk: Francesca Peschier reviews DumbWise Theatre’s take on a classic.
Night clubbers, taxidermy and a decapitated head in a box: Ka Bradley reviews the Marc Bruce Company’s dance adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy
Pilgrimage and existential doubt: Amelia Forsbrook reviews Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia at the Barbican
Mother and lover: Amelia Forsbrook reviews the new stage adaptation of Colin Higgins’ cult classic film
The Pippin Problem: this fresh revival of Stephen Schwartz’s musical is too tentative.
Woolf remains uncracked: Holly Williams on a pair of monologues exploring two very different historical women’s lives.
Sculptural contortion, poise, balance and strength: Amelia Forsbrook reviews a final triple bill of shows at The Place’s annual festival of new dance
Flank, thigh and back: Henry Gleaden reviews Milly Thomas’s one-woman play about the aftermath of a suicide
Ed Clark reviews a post-Brexit leaving party.