Words and non-words: Rosemary Waugh reviews Yaël Farber’s production of David Harrower’s Knives in Hens.
Agree or disagree? William Drew reviews Rob Drummond’s new play that gives the audience the chance to vote.
The pains of growing old: Amy Borsuk reviews Nancy Meckler’s production of King Lear.
Well-meaning but clumsily delivered: Ka Bradley reviews Cirkus Cirkör’s new work inspired by the migrant crisis.
A defence, not an apology: Neil Dowden reviews Stockard Channing in Alexi Kaye Campbell’s dinner party drama.
Drink and dullness: Corrie Tan reviews John Tiffany’s revival of Jim Cartwright’s Road.
Stuff – just – happens: Miriam Gillinson reviews Conor McPherson’s new play based around Bob Dylan songs.
Order, order: Rosemary Waugh reviews Lucy Kirkwood’s new play at the National Theatre
A question of responsibility: Maddy Costa reviews Josette Bushell-Mingo performing at the Young Vic.
Raucous, colourful and exhilarating: Simon Gwynn reviews Matthew Dunster and Timothy Sheader’s al fresco adaptation of Dickens’ classic novel.
The price of buying a baby: Bridget Minamore reviews Vivienne Franzmann’s new play about surrogacy.
Going round the houses: Rosemary Waugh reviews Helen Edmundson’s play about the British monarch.
Extraordinary risk, ordinary outcome: William Drew reviews the RSC’s bold collaboration with Imaginarium Studios.
Inspired by Klanghaus’s 800 Breaths, Maddy Costa embarks on a lyrical exploration of music in theatre.
Humans and history books: Rosemary Waugh reviews Taha at the Young Vic as part of the Shubbak Festival.