Paul Hickey and Amelia Lowdell in Incognito

Incognito – reviews of Nick Payne's 'astonishing' new play

Hot Ticket Wed 21 May, AT 07:41

Payne's ambitious new play about neuroscience makes him a rival to Stoppard, say critics

Lily Cole in The Iliad

The Last Days of Troy – reviews of 'vivid' Homer play

Hot Ticket Mon 19 May, AT 07:41

Critics 'fascinated' by Lily Cole's full stage debut as Helen in raw new Homer adaptation

The Pajama Game Profile

The Pajama Game – reviews of 'delightful' musical comedy

Hot Ticket Thu 15 May, AT 07:45

Passion and politics collide in 'zingingly entertaining' musical revival that has critics humming

Yellow Face

Yellow Face – reviews of 'sparkling' race comedy

Hot Ticket Tue 13 May, AT 08:00

David Henry Hwang's jaunty comedy is a cleverly subversive study of political correctness

Testament of Mary

Testament of Mary – reviews of ‘masterful’ Toibin adaptation


Hot Ticket Mon 12 May, AT 07:45

Critics praise Fiona Shaw’s ‘shatteringly brilliant’ Mary in stage adaptation of Colm Toibin novel

Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus – reviews of 'bloody good' Shakespeare

Hot Ticket Tue 6 May, AT 07:55

'Exciting' but 'harrowing' revival of Shakespeare's most brutal play even has the critics swooning

Sunny Afternoon – reviews of 'exhilarating' Kinks musical

Hot Ticket Mon 5 May, AT 08:00

Ray Davies's 'irresistibly enjoyable' show about the rise of his great 1960s rock band wows critics

Bryony Lavery's new stage thriller The Believers

The Believers – reviews of 'electrifying' stage thriller

Hot Ticket Wed 30 Apr, AT 07:30

Bryony Lavery's 'deliciously spooky' new drama about belief is another hit for Tricycle, say critics

WW1 drama The Silver Tassie

The Silver Tassie – reviews of 'astonishing' WWI drama

Hot Ticket Mon 28 Apr, AT 08:00

Critics praise National Theatre's 'remarkable revival' of Sean O'Casey's experimental anti-war drama

Joshua McGuire in Privacy

Privacy – reviews of Donmar's 'topical' big data drama

Hot Ticket Thu 24 Apr, AT 07:34

'Fascinating' new drama exploring digital surveillance will provoke much needed debate, say critics

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