Stage

Triptych , Sadler's Wells, London

The dwindling numbers of audience members returning to their seats after parts one and two of Rambert's triple bill, speaks volumes.

High Society - Old Vic Theatre

Tracy Lord is planning her wedding when her ex-husband appears to try and win her back which threatens to disrupt proceedings. Meanwhile when reporter Mike Connor arrives to cover the nuptials he also takes a shine to the bride. Which suitor will she p

High Society - Old Vic Theatre

Tracy Lord is planning her wedding when her ex-husband appears to try and win her back which threatens to disrupt proceedings. Meanwhile when reporter Mike Connor arrives to cover the nuptials he also takes a shine to the bride. Which suitor will she p

Tree - Old Vic Theatre

It's early in the evening in the middle of Autumn and on a quiet residential street a man with a picnic basket, arrives late, at a tree. This is the London premiere of a play about dissent, commitment, two people and a tree.

Chimera: the play about the twin inside

A woman finds out she has two sets of DNA – and her son is really her nephew – in a new play about genetics and motherhood by Deborah Stein and Suli Holum.

Behind the Beautiful Forevers, National Theatre (Olivier), London – review

David Hare’s drama brings Katherine Boo’s book about Mumbai slum-dwellers vividly to life.

Not about Heroes, Trafalgar Studios - theatre review

This timely revival of Stephen MacDonald’s elegant two-hander follows the friendship of war poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, who met at the Craiglockhart hospital for nervous disorders, where they were both treated for shellshock.

Happy Days - Young Vic Theatre

Trapped in a scorched wasteland with her detached husband, Winnie keeps despair at bay with ritual, song and her trusty lipstick. But is our buoyant, hopeful heroine in denial of her ever-diminishing world? 50 years on this powerful tale of resilience

A Number - Young Vic Theatre

Bernard always thought he was an only child. To his shock he discovers he is one of many clones. He and his father confront identity, intimacy and belonging in Caryl Churchill's play.

Accolade, St James - theatre review: 'Moments of suave comedy that call to mind Noël Coward'

Blanche McIntyre's revival of Emlyn Williams’s 1950 play exposes the hypocrisy of the Fifties and the fragility of reputations.