The Life (Southwark Playhouse)

In The Life, drug-dealing Guys and rent-by-the-hour Dolls walk a side of 42nd Street far shadier than the tapdancing one at Drury Lane. The daily grit and the nightly grind are underpinned with a spectacularly...

Chinglish (Park Theatre)

An American signage manufacturer stumbles through hilarious mistranslations and the fog of understanding to win a contract and possibly the heart of a crisp and wanton female politician. Chinglish is a slick...

The Wipers Times (Arts Theatre)

I am named after a Tommy.  My great uncle Private John Warburton of the Lancashire Fusiliers who lied about his age to join up in 1914 as a bugler, later a stretcher-bearer killed on the Somme 23 May...