Joy Watters reviews a production filled with 'sublime creativity, imagination and desire to say so much' but has 'a lack of clear focus overall'.
Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a must-see production.
Joy Watters reviews a touring production that shows varying portraits of a male relationship.
Michael Cox reviews 'a very enjoyable staging of one of Shakespeare's best comedies'.
Michael Cox reviews a strong production with two brilliant performances.
Michael Cox reviews a 'delightful' production.
Jo Turbitt reviews a production that 'starts with oomph, goes a bit experimental in the middle and then goes out with a bang'.
Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews the latest tour of the musical theatre favourite.
Michael Cox reviews 'an enjoyable triumph'.
Joy Watters reviews 'a brilliant, unforgettable unmissable production'.
Michael Cox reviews two productions of Shakespeare's late play, one by Cheek by Jowl (****) and one by the Royal Lyceum Theatre (***).
Michael Cox reviews a performance with terrific production values but a lacklustre script.
Michael Cox reviews 'a big treat from the start'.
Joy Watters reviews the theatrical adaptation of a classic Australian thriller.
Michael Cox reviews 'a bright production that's a lot of fun'.
Joy Watters reviews a panto 'full of fun, lots of local jokes, banter and the opportunity for Barrie Hunter's dame to put his first-class stamp on the production'.
Michael Cox reviews a production that might be thin on plot and character but is rich in 'spine-tingling energy and passion'.
Michael Cox reviews Morgan & West--A (sort of) Christmas Carol, Jack and the Beanstalk and Black Beauty.
Michael Cox reviews a cute production for young children and a 'thrilling, funny and at times touching' production for families.