This powerful study of depression and family breakdown is 'too good to shy away from'
David Pinner's 'gently comic' 1973 play contrasts rising Cold War tensions with a squabbling musical quartet
Kander and Ebb's challenging tale of injustice is the antithesis of a feel-good musical
'Stunningly funny' Edinburgh-hit about escaping office boredom transfers to West End
Former Doctor Who star Tennant is 'electrifying' as Shakespeare's flawed king at RSC
Amos's new musical is 'ravishing' to look at and its star Rosalie Craig is astonishing
The man chosen to replace Hytner is a former actor who has directed string of West End hits
Dublin's funny, gritty saviours of soul bring audiences a jukebox musical to sing about
Richard Eyre's fast-paced new adaptation of Ibsen's once-scandalous play is a triumph that grips throughout
Moira Buffini's 'delightfully comic' play imagines the meetings between the Queen and Margaret Thatcher
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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