D’Oh! The Simpsons is all that’s survived in Anne Washburn’s bold “post-electric” play.
Festive ugliness: Alice Saville on Hackney’s take on the thorniest of panto plots.
That damned love triangle: Hailey Bachrach reviews the premiere of a revised version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White.
Less a show, more an institution: Peter Kirwan reviews Nottingham Playhouse’s annual panto.
There’s something quite frantic and stressful about trying to have a sexy time… Ka Bradley on House of Kittens and erotic storytelling.
Timely vitality: James Fritz’s intense, sprawling new play is a call to action.
Cheerfully imaginative: Chris McCormack reviews the Abbey Theatre’s family show about a musical prodigy.
Dinner and a show: Swamp Studios’ immersive drama is as light and fluffy as Dishoom’s biryani.
Just kidding: Liwaa Yazji’s exploration of the Syrian Civil War is compelling, confusing and, well, full of goats.
More of an adventure story than a lullaby: Duska Radosavljevic reviews a new puppetry show about bedtime rituals for 2 – 5 year olds.
It takes a village to raise a child… Alice Saville reviews the West End transfer of Tom MacRae and Dan Gillespie Sells’ new musical.
Evolving or revolving: Maddy Costa reviews Rachel Mars and nat tarrab’s new roller derby inspired work.
Sunday night TV: Roy Marsden’s touring stage adaptation of Ruth Rendell’s classic thriller is solid and serviceable.
Slyly lefty and warmly inclusive: Exeunt’s American writer Hailey Bachrach gets to grips with her first pantomime.
The Band’s Visit is a gentle exploration of the unexamined lives of ordinary people from artists David Yazbek and David Cromer.