Story-teller Chris Goode explores the dark side of modern masculinity in his 'mesmerising' show
Critics tip Acaster's 'superbly controlled' new show for the Edinburgh Comedy Award
One-man play about child with depressed mother steers clear of mawkishness and delights critics
An 'exhilarating' revivial of Jez Butterworth's 2006 gangster tale with a hint of Pinter
An enchanting trilogy illuminates the reigns of three little-known Scottish monarchs
'Edgily funny' stand-up show An Ungrateful Woman heralds comic's return to Edinburgh
A 'superb' revival of Elyot's sharp-witted modern classic about love and death
Belgian theatre-maker's stark, gripping solo show explores the fall-out of war
Cynthia Erivo 'sensational' in moving musical about a friendship between a slave and a plantation owner
Black comedy about an Iraqi refugee trying to escape his past is 'witty, topical and devastating'
Dolce vita take on Shakespeare's rarely seen early romance has comic fizz and complexity
Critics praise Gillian Anderson's ‘stellar' performance as tormented Southern belle in updated Williams classic
Oscar-winning historical rom-com finds its true home in Lee Hall's delightful stage version, say critics
Helen McCrory a 'scorching' heroine in 'horribly gripping' update of Euripides's Greek tragedy
Rupert Everett gives 'best stage performance to date' in Shaffer's scintillating tale of jealousy
State-of-the-nation play is packed with thorny issues beneath 'laugh-out-loud' comedy
Lynn Nottage's tale of a lonely black seamstress in early 1900s New York is 'a serious delight'
Bouquets and brickbats for Hobbit star Freeman as he tries his hand at being sinister
French's deeply personal solo tour is a bold, bawdy rollercoaster, and 'funnier than ever'
Critics mesmerised by Arthur Miller's classic parable of paranoia starring Richard Armitage