Tanika Gupta's play ignores the ills of Victorian rule
The transition from screen to stage of the hit musical Once doesn't altogether convince
The conspiracy theory driving a play on the execution of three IRA militants in Gibraltar 25 years ago doesn't add up to much at all
There's much to enjoy in a pared-down La Traviata
Jerwood Theatre Upstairs Royal Court Theatre, London SW1
Rory Mullarkey wrote Cannibals while he was the Pearson writer-in-residence at the Royal Exchange.
Thrilled by the production but not convinced by Hamlet's ultimate representation
The Brothers Grimm might struggle to recognise Sleeping Beauty from Matthew Bourne's new ballet adaptation.
Enthused by an innovative production of a war story delivered by a brilliant cast
Set on an aristocratic estate in late 19th-century Sweden, August Strindberg's Miss Julie revolves around the antics of the mistress of the household and daughter of a count with the servants. Her emotional involvement with one of them, Jean, leads to a psychological and sexual power struggle.