Paul Taylor

05 Aug, 2013

Southwark Playhouse chamber version of Titanic is ambitious, gripping and beautifully sung

08 Jul, 2013

Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens 'head-clutchingly funny' in Noel Coward's masterpiece

07 May, 2013

Sondheim's one-time Broadway flop about showbiz now hailed as one of the great musicals

30 Apr, 2013

The Bourne Identity's Cox 'takes the breath away' in revival of Conor McPherson's haunting play

25 Apr, 2013

National Theatre's gripping production is modernised Shakespeare at its best

22 Apr, 2013

'Brilliantly mordant' satire reveals Gorky's exasperation with Russia's middle classes

08 Apr, 2013

'One Man, Two Guvnors' writer Richard Bean reveals dark side in comedy about a drug-dealing family

25 Mar, 2013

Rattigan's play about a family under the legal and media spotlight is 'startlingly topical'

20 Mar, 2013

Ingenious adaptation of Mark Haddon's novel could be another Warhorse-style success story

12 Mar, 2013

Novelist's stage debut is full of wit and melancholy, even if it's not quite Chekhov