The staging can be a bit 'middle-of-the-road', but Law's heroic king exudes 'natural charisma'
A witty script, a charming female Jack, and a library-stealing giant - it's the panto to beat this season
Cabaret-style meditation on our relationship with food is fantastic fun, but not for the squeamish
Beautifully observed, gently funny tale of football losers is the perfect winter-warmer
Sarah Ruhl's comedy about Victorian sexuality is 'like Ibsen with orgasms', and it's utterly relevant
Three decades after last live performance, the Flying Circus team looks set to star in stage show
Zinging dialogue and stunning performances make tale of rock 'n' roll rivalry addictive
New stage adaptation of PG Wodehouse's classic class-comedy duo is 'a brilliant farce'
Martin Shaw leads a starry cast in a gripping revival of this classic drama about prejudice and perception
This powerful study of depression and family breakdown is 'too good to shy away from'
A mourner lights a candle outside the home of Nelson Mandela in Houghton, Johannesburg, last night. Announcing Mandela’s death, President Jacob Zuma said: "Our nation has lost its greatest son."
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