Drama of Englishwomen's right to education dedicated to Pakistani teenager shot by Taliban
Revival of Ben Travers 1927 farce at the Park Theatre is as sublimely irrelevant as ever
True tales from the young and homeless deliver a killer emotional blow at the National Theatre
Trafalgar Studios brings Alexi Kaye Campbell's wise, tender play about sexuality to a wider audience
Sicilian comedy with Irish cast and gypsy musicians 'shimmers with heat and enchantment'
Writer of 'Constellations' tackles the compensation culture in sharply observant new play at Donmar
'Wonderfully fresh and deeply felt' production in idyllic surrounds is hard to resist
Southwark Playhouse chamber version of Titanic is ambitious, gripping and beautifully sung
Director Nancy Meckler finds a beguiling blend of humour and emotional truth in Shakespeare's problem play
Musical theatre show celebrating Purcell and Restoration England leaves critics smitten
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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