Circus show at Roundhouse is ramshackle fun with 'moments of rare beauty'
Popular shows, sponsorship and new technology created a 'golden decade' for the National Theatre
Broadway musical based on a hit Irish film wins over critics with heartfelt songs and ensemble spirit
Edward Petherbridge's new play is 'like watching a King Lear masterclass under the influence of LSD'
'One Man, Two Guvnors' writer Richard Bean reveals dark side in comedy about a drug-dealing family
Dench and Whishaw wow critics in play about the real life Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland
Mirren's turn as the Queen makes her favourite for best actress, as Curious Dog scores eight noms
Rattigan's play about a family under the legal and media spotlight is 'startlingly topical'
US critics worshipped it, so why don't West End critics think satirical musical comedy is divine?
Ingenious adaptation of Mark Haddon's novel could be another Warhorse-style success story
Members of the anti gay-marriage movement in France gather yesterday in front of the Sorbonne, scene of the 1968 student protests 45 years ago this month.
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