An absolute bastard, but a charming one: Eleanor Turney reviews David Tennant in Patrick Marber’s update of Molière.
“It may just be coincidence…” Amelia Forsbrook reviews Matthew Sprangler’s adaptation of Khaled Hosseini’s best-selling novel.
Peering through the leaves: Miriam Gillinson goes to the park to review Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan in No Man’s Land.
“A refusal to engage with anything resembling morality”: Gillian Greer reviews Florian Zeller’s play in its run at Wyndham’s.
“The fundamental sadness of being alive.” Maddy Costa reviews Duncan Macmillan’s play.
A laughing matter.
A whole lot of nothing.
Playing on different channels.
Biblical and sculptural and altogether unexpected.
Handsome, sonorous, and light-footed.
The cleansing power of stories.
Ayckbourn’s tightly crafted farce.
An exercise in restraint.
Vanessa Redgrave reveals the thorns in Miss Daisy.