No tricks up her sleeve: Chris McCormack reviews an underwhelming adaptation of The Snow Queen.
And you even get to shout rude words: Chris White steps inside the wonderful world of adults-only panto.
Not your common-or-garden Christmas show: Lucian Waugh reviews Vivienne Franzmann’s version of The Snow Queen.
Controlled chaos: Adam Bruce reviews David Wood’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches.
“Beware of the crows!” Chris McCormack reviews a coming-of-age play containing elements of fairytale.
We don’t just see the ethical conundrums faced by factory owners; we experience them: Catherine Love reviews World Factory.
And that’s the joke. That’s the only joke: Fergus Morgan is emphatically unimpressed with a revival of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s hollywood satire.
Wonderfully and inappropriately gory: Lucian Waugh reviews the return of Sally Cookson’s Cinderella to Bristol.
Deceptive appearances: Chris McCormack reviews Fregoli’s staging of Stephen Belber’s 1999 drama.
Dan O’Neil reviews Dan LeFranc’s newest play.
In The Builders Association’s alt-Oz, Jordan G. Teicher discovers there’s no place like phone.
New play, Alligator, by Hilary Bettis tries to get into the muck of human relationships
The giddy rush of escape: Tom Wicker reviews Sally Cookson’s Peter Pan at the National Theatre.
Offering far more than infantile escapism: Anna Winter reviews a cinema broadcast of the Australian Ballet.
It’s all relative: Chris McCormack reviews Gary Duggan’s take on The Greatest Gift.