Classic Noel Coward comedy revival starring Lansbury as an eccentric medium delights critics
Olwen Fouere's one-woman show based on Joyce's Finnegans Wake mesmerises critics
Young American writer's excoriating play about a little-known genocide 'takes your breath away'
Barney Norris's first full-length play wows critics with its funny, tender, sad portrait of love and aging
ENO revival of Handel's romantic epic mixes noir thriller and surreal black comedy with ravishing arias
Revival of experimental Jacobean comedy is a metatheatrical delight with a hint of Spamalot
Stage version of hit 90s film is bawdy, exuberant, feel-good entertainment that's impossible to dislike
Bristol Old Vic's take on Jane Eyre is 'costume drama, but not as we know it', say the critics
Shelagh Delaney's 1958 drama influenced a generation and stills feels fresh and relevant today
Engaging new comedy drama from the writer of August Osage County premieres in London
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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