Drama

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

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

The House that Will Not Stand, Tricycle Theatre, review: 'a drama cum ghost story'

A new play at the Tricycle Theatre is full of insight but not quite spooky enough, says Laura Barnett.

Our Town review, Almeida

In the radio series The Archers - 'an every day story of country folk', there is a character called Linda Snell, a cultured and well-meaning chattering-class-type struggling to bring great art to the worlds of pig men and ditch diggers. Each Christmas, Li

The House That Will Not Stand - Tricycle Theatre

New Orleans, 1836. Following an era of French colonial rule and relative racial acceptance, Louisiana’s ‘free people of color’ are prospering. Beartrice has become one of the city’s wealthiest women through her relationship with a rich white man.

Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage - National Theatre of Wales

On the eve of one of the most important games of his career, Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas received a warning: The Sun newspaper was going to "out" him as gay. This is the story of two Welsh names bruised, but not beaten, by media speculation; Garet

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

The Duke of York's Theatre has been turned into damp, smelly swampland.

Review: Neville's Island (Duke of York's)

'It's Tim Firth's lasting achievement that he's nailed so many macho myths in one delirious, slightly implausible scenario'.

Neville's Island, Duke of York's Theatre

Hell is other people. It’s not the wilderness that poses the greatest threat to the stranded corporate bonding quartet in this docile Lord of the Flies-meets-The Office pastiche, but the endless stream of well-meaning incompetence.