Hetty Feather – reviews of popular children's tale on stage

Hot Ticket Mon 21 Apr, AT 08:00

Stage version of Jacqueline Wilson's story of a Victorian girl looking for her mother is a joy, say critics

Locke: reviews of Tom Hardy's 'riveting' road movie

Hot Ticket Fri 18 Apr, AT 08:00

Hardy wows critics as a construction foreman facing a dark night of the soul on the road to London

Henri Matisse, Blue Nude (I) 1952

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs – reviews of 'joyous' Tate show

Hot Ticket Thu 17 Apr, AT 07:35

Tate Modern exhibition of Matisse's late, great artworks is joyous, fascinating, and not to be missed

The Royal Ballet's production of The Winter's Tale

The Winter's Tale – reviews of 'ambitious' Shakespeare ballet

Hot Ticket Wed 16 Apr, AT 07:39

Christopher Wheeldon's extraordinary new work for the Royal Ballet is a triumph, say critics

Mark Strong stars in A View from The Bridge

A View From the Bridge – reviews of 'great' Miller revival

Hot Ticket Tue 15 Apr, AT 08:02

Mark Strong wows critics in a 'superb' fresh take on Arthur Miller's modern classic at the Young Vic

King Charles III play

King Charles III – 'wickedly entertaining' royal drama

Hot Ticket Mon 14 Apr, AT 07:46

Almeida's new comedy drama on the future on the monarchy 'fascinating' and 'brilliant', say critics

Calvary film

Calvary – reviews of 'terrific' Irish black comedy drama

Hot Ticket Fri 11 Apr, AT 07:53

John McDonagh's funny, gripping new film has a great soulful turn from Brendan Gleeson, say critics

Let the Right One In

Let the Right One In – reviews of 'spellbinding' vampire play

Hot Ticket Thu 10 Apr, AT 07:47

Scottish adaptation of Scandi-horror tale 'chills and thrills' critics with West End transfer

Goldie in his menacing stage-debut

Kingston 14 – reviews of 'fizzing' new cop drama

Hot Ticket Wed 9 Apr, AT 07:50

Roy Williams' new Jamaican crime yarn has guts, wit, and a menacing stage-debut by Goldie

Will Attenborough and Rob Callender

Another Country – reviews of 'compelling' schooldays drama

Hot Ticket Tue 8 Apr, AT 07:43

Revival of Mitchell drama about the boyhood of a Cambridge spy is 'funny, painful and relevant', say critics

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