Clive Rowe returns to Hackney Empire in a joyous, quirky 'triumph of festive camp'
Catherine Tate lights up Sondheim's 'fabulously feelbad' tale of failed American dreams
Multi-storey staging of Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales is 'a magic box of glittering surprises'
World stage premiere of John Adams's Resurrection tale oratorio is 'fabulously intense'
David Hare turns bestselling book about Mumbai slums into a kaleidoscopic spectacle
Rising star Alistair McDowall dazzles critics with a complex, gripping urban sci-fi thriller
Scientist Chris Rapley's 'quietly powerful' theatre talk is not just good, it's necessary
Catchy stage version of female factory worker film has salty humour and quirky, big-hearted charm
'Richly authentic' new play tackles life in an alcoholics' hostel with dark humour and empathy
Intimate candlelit staging of Ford's 17th-century sibling incest tragedy is 'a scorcher'
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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