The world unseen: Annie Baker’s play is beyond haunting.
The loveliness, and ultimate uselessness, of wit: Tim Bano reviews Kathy Burke’s take on Oscar Wilde.
Sunshine and desperation: Francesca Peschier reviews Rated X by Tomas Jefanovas and Christopher Brett Bailey, and Moot Moot by Rosana Cade and Eilidh MacAskill, as part of NOW18.
That live experience heartache: Emily Holyoake reviews Documental Theatre’s radio play about a couple in crisis.
You know something is going to happen… Ava Davies reviews Joe Sellman-Leava’s show about multiple masculinities and violence.
Uplift and downfall: Diana Damian Martin reviews Yasmine Hugonnet, as part of London International Mime Festival.
A reminder that we’re all just people: Hailey Bachrach reviews the West End transfer of David Eldridge’s will-they-won’t-they drama.
Power play: Amelia Forsbrook reviews Ian Rickson’s production of Pinter.
Ka Bradley reviews Some People Say, Father Figurine and Reclaim the word slut! as part of Resolution 2018.
A talent for unearthing character interiority: Brendan Macdonald reviews Caroline Byrne’s take on Bertram and Helena’s sort-of love story.
Community, up to a point: Rosemary Waugh reviews Gecko’s new work on being ‘wedded to society’.
Nostalgic cliché: William Drew reviews Petit théâtre de gestes as part of the London International Mime Festival 2018.
Chris McCormack reviews John O’Donovan’s play that brings “the heartbroken gay men of rural Ireland to the stage”.
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.