Hits the contemporary spot: Amelia Forsbrook reviews Sean Foley and Phil Porter’s adaptation of Molière.
“However much you may disapprove of schoolboy politics, it certainly makes for entertaining theatre.” Ed Clark reviews James Graham’s This House.
Domestic and national disintegration: Neil Dowden reviews the The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s production of The Entertainer.
Felliniesque chicness does little to lift traditional Romeo and Juliet at the Garrick.
Tim Bano reviews Branagh and Brydon in a classic farce.
“It’s as if this blood has crimson-stained the velvet upholstery of theatre seats for good” – Tim Bano on how Lolita Chakrabarti’s debut play unveils some of theatre history’s cruelest moments.
Pursued by a bear.
Full of thrilling fury.
Lacking in heat.
Wrapped up in Americana.
Rupert Everett resumes his role as Henry Higgins.