Imelda Staunton is on sensational form in this smart play by David Lindsay-Abaire, which receives its London premiere after success on Broadway. Staunton delivers a performance of earthy humanity, suffused with wit and sensitivity.
As the award-winning author announces that stage adaptations of her novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies will transfer to London, she tells the Telegraph that modern authors should not talk down to readers.
What do you do when your world turns upside down? Cate and John's marriage has hit the rocks. Now they're trapped in a nightmarish limbo while they struggle to sell the family home. When a rather unusual young couple fall in love with the house, it looks