Silent Planet - Finborough Theatre

At the height of the Cold War, dissident writer Gavriil is detained in a Soviet mental prison as a punishment for protesting against the government. His only escape is the prison library, a treasure store of banned literature available to the patients, bu

Temple - Donmar Warehouse

On 15 October 2011 Occupy London makes camp outside St Paul’s Cathedral. On 21 October 2011 a building that had kept open through floods, the Blitz and terrorist threats closes its doors. On 28 October City of London initiates legal action against Occup

The Vote - Donmar Warehouse

Set in the last ninety minutes of polling day 2015, live and in real time, The Vote will be a national television event. This unique drama will see Josie Rourke and James Graham collaborate once again. Tickets for the limited run will be available

Closer - Donmar Warehouse

Dan rescues Alice. Anna photographs Dan. Larry meets Anna online. Alice rescues Larry. This is London at the end of the twentieth century, where lives collide and fates change in an instant. Strangers become lovers and lovers become strangers...

First Episode - Jermyn Street Theatre

Tony and David have been best friends throughout their time at university, but does their loyalty go deeper? When Tony falls in love with the beautiful movie star Margot Gresham, in Oxford to appear in a play with the undergraduates, their relationship is

Jonah and Otto, Park Theatre, London – review

Robert Holman’s gentle, contemplative drama focuses on an encounter between two troubled men.

The Witch of Edmonton - Swan Theatre, RSC

In the village of Edmonton, Elizabeth Sawyer is derided by her neighbours. A poor and lonely old woman, she is ostracised, harassed and accused of being a witch. In her abject misery, she wishes that she really were bewitched and so able to wreak vengeanc

Jonah and Otto, Park Theatre

There have been some strong two-handers of late, which perhaps explains why the London premiere of Robert Holman’s 2008 play Jonah and Otto seems sub par.

The Witch of Edmonton, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – review

With a different author for each plotline, comedy and tragedy get muddled in this Jacobean drama.

First Episode, Jermyn Street Theatre, review: 'a museum piece'

Terence Rattigan's first play, set in a sexually charged Oxford undergraduate house, today seems as immature as its subjects, says Ben Lawrence.