Category: Top plays of 2018

Posted in Donmar Warehouse Lynn Nottage Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018

Review: Sweat, Donmar Warehouse

The ferocious Sweat may not feel festive at the Donmar Warehouse but its message is ultimately one…

Posted in Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018 Young Vic

Review: The Convert, Young Vic

Danai Gurira’s The Convert is a Christmas treat of a different order at the Young Vic Theatre…

Posted in Bush Theatre LGBT+ Musicals Theatre Theatre review Tom Wells Top plays of 2018

Review: Drip, Bush Theatre

Tom Wells and Matthew Robins’ sweetly wonderful one-man musical Drip returns to the Bush Theatre “Eat some toast,…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018 West End

Review: Nine Night, Trafalgar Studios

The first play by a black British female playwright to make it into the West End is…

Posted in Almeida Theatre Henrik Ibsen Robert Icke Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018

Review: The Wild Duck, Almeida Theatre

Robert Icke adapts Ibsen to create a vividly powerful The Wild Duck at the Almeida – stunning…

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Review: Hadestown, National Theatre

Way down in Hadestown at the National Theatre is one of the best musicals of the year “Damned…

Posted in Musicals Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018 Union Theatre

Review: Brass the Musical, Union Theatre

Brass the Musical at the Union Theatre is a powerfully moving celebration of sacrifices made, of service…

Posted in debbie tucker green Royal Court Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018

Review: ear for eye, Royal Court

ear for eye, debbie tucker green’s new play for the Royal Court is ferocious and uncompromising and…

Posted in LGBT+ Musicals Stephen Sondheim Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2018 West End

Review: Company, Gielgud Theatre

The company of Company are simply sensational at the Gielgud Theatre – Rosalie Craig, Patti LuPone, Jonny…