Heckling and jeering left children 'terrified' but the cast members argue it was just a bit of 'banter'
Stoppard's first play in nine years packed with ideas but 'dramatically a dud', say critics
Game of Thrones star Menzies charms critics with poverty monologue in luxury hotel suite
Tamsin Greig has critics on the edge of their seats in 'an absolute joy' of a musical
Quebecois troupe get back to basics for 'two hours of edge-of-the-seat entertainment'
Playful adaptation of Stalin-era fable has relevance for our own times and the war on terror
RSC's 'jolly' revival of Dekker's Elizabethan comedy has romance, bawdy jokes and pathos
A 'delectably tart' take on film noir and Tinseltown gets a slick revival at the Donmar
Shakespeare's problem play about greed relocates to Las Vegas and 'the gamble pays off'
1927 blend live-action and animation in 'unforgettable' 21st century Frankenstein tale
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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