Past and present collide in Aleksey Sherbak’s play.
Guantánamo Bay interrogated.
Neil LaBute’s tense two-hander.
Trevor Nunn’s moving Rattigan revival.
We’re off to see the wizard.
Fun-filled, but fails to take flight.
Pedro Miguel Rozo’s family parable.
Adam Gwon’s fairytale of New York
A comic crack at climate change scepticism.
Smart, funny and slightly insidious.
A murderous zest for life in this DBC Pierre adaptation
The Italian director’s ’60s trilogy reimagined for stage.
The NT’s latest foray into climate change.
A compelling but flawed take on Shakespeare’s “unstageable” tragedy.
What constitutes mime in the 21st century?