'Wonderfully fresh and deeply felt' production in idyllic surrounds is hard to resist
Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens 'head-clutchingly funny' in Noel Coward's masterpiece
Funny, violent tale of down-and-out Dubliners 'a masterstroke of writing and directing'
Praise the Lord! Spirit-lifting tale of a domineering preacher features glorious gospel singing
Shakespeare's magical rom-com gets a warm, comic staging, with an ‘irresistible Bottom'
Lucy Kirkwood's gripping newspaper drama might be the best play we see this year
John Simm is the perfect foil to Simon Russell Beale in this pithy political farce written half a century ago
Globe production finds comedy and tenderness in Shakespeare's enchanting masterpiece
The Bourne Identity's Cox 'takes the breath away' in revival of Conor McPherson's haunting play
National Theatre's gripping production is modernised Shakespeare at its best
'Brilliantly mordant' satire reveals Gorky's exasperation with Russia's middle classes
Broadway musical based on a hit Irish film wins over critics with heartfelt songs and ensemble spirit
Edward Petherbridge's new play is 'like watching a King Lear masterclass under the influence of LSD'
'One Man, Two Guvnors' writer Richard Bean reveals dark side in comedy about a drug-dealing family
Dench and Whishaw wow critics in play about the real life Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland
Rattigan's play about a family under the legal and media spotlight is 'startlingly topical'
Ingenious adaptation of Mark Haddon's novel could be another Warhorse-style success story
Novelist's stage debut is full of wit and melancholy, even if it's not quite Chekhov
Mirren brilliantly reprises her Oscar-winning cinema role in new stage play by Peter Morgan
Atonement director stages Pinero's 'wonderfully funny and touching' ode to the theatre