West End & Central


Out of the blue, and into the black.

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The meaning and power of money. Photo: ©Tristram Kenton
West End & Central

King Charles III

Looking backwards, looking forwards.

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A Royal mess. Photo: Johan Persson.


Keep it in the family. Photo: Catherine Ashmore.
Flashes of exquisite nastiness. Photo; Alistair Muir

A Small Family Business

at National TheatreThree.

A very innocent kind of darkness.

Two searing hours of pressure-cooking. Photo: Jan Versweyveld

A View From The Bridge

at Young VicFive.

A triumph of synergy.

Escape from the underworld.
A question of balance.

She Would Walk the Sky

at RoundhouseThree.

Nights at the circus.

Orton and Halliwell. Photo: Derek Drescher


at Above the StagThree.

Stylistic anachronisms.


Occasionally touched with magic.
A sick business.

This May Hurt A Bit

at Traverse TheatreThree.

A passionate defence of the NHS.


Eifman Ballet of St Petersburg


at London ColiseumTwo.

The Eifman Ballet in London.


Amanda Roocroft as the Duchess. Photo: © Alastair Muir

Powder Her Face

at Ambika P3Three.

A glorious acting-out.


Photo: Benedict Johnson

Wild Card: Eva Recacha – Dear Devil

at Sadler's Wells

The Dictator, The Other and The Rebel.