Substance, surface, and inflatable fish.
Roald Dahl and the League of Gentlemen’s Jeremy Dyson collide.
The roots of the slasher flick peek through.
The Italian director’s ’60s trilogy reimagined for stage.
The NT’s latest foray into climate change.
A slightly pedestrian play about walking.
The favourite festive short struggles in a two hour adaptation.
A seasonal offensive of festive spirit.
The ENB triumphs with a revival of Rudolf Nureyev’s work.
On its 540th appearance at the ROH.
The RSC and Tim Minchin combine.
A truly unmissable experience.
A compelling but flawed take on Shakespeare’s “unstageable” tragedy.
What constitutes mime in the 21st century?
The under-staged art of boxing.