Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens 'head-clutchingly funny' in Noel Coward's masterpiece
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
Play about infidelity and betrayal gets West End revival with a standout performance from Wanamaker
National Theatre's gripping production is modernised Shakespeare at its best
Krister Henriksson wows critics in one-man psychological thriller in Swedish
'One Man, Two Guvnors' writer Richard Bean reveals dark side in comedy about a drug-dealing family
Rattigan's play about a family under the legal and media spotlight is 'startlingly topical'
Atonement director stages Pinero's 'wonderfully funny and touching' ode to the theatre
Touching, funny revival of David Hare's play finds its 'definitive star' in Rupert Everett