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'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.

Taken at Midnight - Theatre Royal Haymarket

The unquestionable love of a mother for her son is at the heart of this compelling new play. Fearless and indomitable she confronts his captors at enormous personal risk to fight for his release against the seemingly impossible might of the Nazi regime.

Bookends - Open Page Theatre - Etcetera Theatre

This collection of four plays are about very different topics, directed by Scott Le Crass. The plays will be running at the Etcetera Theatre for three weeks only.

Hope - Royal Court Theatre

How do you save 22 million pounds? Mark and Hilary, the leaders of the Council are about to find out. Following the success of Let The Right One In and This is England ’86, Jack Thorne has written an urgent political play, a funny and scathing fable

Our Town, Almeida Theatre: Review

It’s strange to think that a play about ordinary people and their day to day lives could provide such an entertaining evening at the theatre isn’t it? Yet this is exactly what happened when I went to the Almeida Theatre to see a performance of Thornto

Middle Aged, Middle Class Comedy Is Middle Of The Road

Lord of the Flies meets The Office in Tim Firth’s amusing if flawed 1992 play — here given a new lease of life by director Angus Jackson and a stellar comedy cast.

East up West

David Baddiel has turned his movie, The Infidel, into a musical.

East up West

David Baddiel has turned his movie, The Infidel, into a musical.

Neville’s Island, Duke of York’s Theatre, London

A teambuilding trip palls in this stage comedy – but so too do the jokes.

Brad Pitt; Moroni; Anthony Horowitz

Damian Barr talks to Brad Pitt about his World War II film, Fury. Anthony Horowitz on his new Sherlock Holmes novel, Moriarty. Robert Webb and Miles Jupp on performing completely wet on stage in Neville's Island. And Sarah Dunant discusses the Ro