Email Artswrap on Twitter Artswrap on Facebook


'My Night with Reg': No 'pink play' stereotypes

When Kevin Elyot's My Night with Reg opens at the Donmar Warehouse next week it will be a revival that is more than tinged with sadness.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof review revival honours Williamss original vision

After lead Daragh O'Malley took ill, the director and cast stepped in to fill Big Daddy's immense shoes with an illuminating production.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof , Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne

Tensions are running high on Big Daddy's plantation, where the patriarch's 65th birthday has brought the family together.

There’s No Leaving Ballyturk…

Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival have brought Enda Walsh’s infinitely dark Ballyturk to London at the National Theatre.

King Charles III

When Mike Bartlett's King Charles III first opened at the Almeida in April, I wrote here that "the West End surely beckons."

Dr Scroggy's War

Shakespeare's Globe is, of course, made for Shakespeare, in every sense.

Another Place - Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Paul is a specialist in cognitive behaviour, tasked with designing a 20-year mission to Mars. Daniel is a husband and new father struggling with the reality of marriage and the monotony of everyday life. Nat is a twin sister, disillusioned by the world’

Is The Wolf From The Door A Keeper?

Revolutionary days are here again as the Royal Court Theatre’s artistic director Vicky Featherstone launches a new season based around the idea of resistance and uprisings with the much-anticipated The Wolf from the Door.

Doctor Scroggys War review Howard Brenton explores horror of combat

Fact and fiction are intertwined in an affecting drama about a first-world-war soldiers treatment by the pioneering plastic surgeon Harold Gillies.