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.
The controversial lost Shakespeare play?
An oppressive monotonous play about daily routines.
Bringing the plot back to E.T.A. Hoffman’s original story.