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Robert Lepage's Needles and Opium review at Barbican Theatre

Robert Lepage's Needles and Opium review at Barbican Theatre

Technically dazzling and intricate exploration of art, addiction and heartbreak

Robert Lepage’s Needles and Opium review at the Barbican, London – ‘dazzling’

Robert Lepage's Needles and Opium review at Barbican Theatre

Technically dazzling and intricate exploration of art, addiction and heartbreak

Ivo van Hove’s Kings of War review at the Barbican Theatre, London

Ivo van Hove's Kings of War review at Barbican, London

Hans Kesting conquers an intelligent, epic staging of Shakespeare’s War of the Roses plays

Henry V review at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London – ‘a triumph for Michelle Terry’

Henry V review at Open Air Theatre, London

Potent, if slow-burning production, featuring a performance of measure and intelligence from Michelle Terry

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The audience cheers and colludes with this irresistible show from first laugh to last gasp – the happiest comedy night in town since One Man Two Guvnors

The Kreutzer Sonata review at the Arcola Theatre, London – ‘out of tune’

The Kreutzer Sonata review at the Arcola Theatre, London

Greg Hicks stars in a static, frustrating adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s novella

Uncle Vanya review at the Almeida Theatre, London – ‘full of ache and longing’

Uncle Vanya review at Almeida Theatre, London

Uncle Vanya review at the Almeida Theatre, London – ‘full of ache and longing’

Robert Lepage’s Needles and Opium review at the Barbican, London – ‘dazzling’

Robert Lepage's Needles and Opium review at Barbican Theatre

Technically dazzling and intricate exploration of art, addiction and heartbreak

The Lonesome West at Tron Theatre, Glasgow.

The Lonesome West review at Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Pacy, dynamic production of Martin McDonagh’s darkly comic play

Darkness, Darkness review at Nottingham Playhouse – ‘gripping drama’

Darkness, Darkness review at Nottingham Playhouse – 'gripping'

Darkness, Darkness review at Nottingham Playhouse – ‘gripping drama’

Cymbeline review at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – ‘over-loaded’

Cymbeline review at Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Bold in intention but over-loaded production of one of Shakespeare's trickier plays

A Christmas Carol review at the Noel Coward Theatre, London – ‘warm and familiar’

A Christmas Carol review at the Noel Coward Theatre, London – 'warm and familiar'

Brought to enchanting new theatrical life, A Christmas Carol seldom surprises, but always beguiles

The Rover review at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – ‘boisterous, lively and very funny’

The Rover review at Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Boisterous, lively and very funny revival of Aphra Behn’s landmark play

Much Ado About Nothing at Refashioned Theatre, Selfridges, London – ‘slick and shiny’

Much Ado About Nothing at Refashioned Theatre, Selfridges, London

Slick, hip collaboration between the Faction and Selfridges – a staging of Shakespeare’s comedy that rushes by without leaving much of an impression

A Christmas Carol at Kingston’s Rose Theatre – ‘heart-warming’

A Christmas Carol at Kingston's Rose Theatre – 'heart-warming'

For all its Dickensian gloom, exultation always seems to be on the brink of bursting forth in this most joyful of Christmas Carols

Watership Down review at Watermill Theatre, Newbury – ‘a charming adaptation’

Watership Down review at Watermill Theatre, Newbury

A charming – and at times joyful – adaptation of an enduring children’s classic

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