Peter Pan (Open Air Theatre)

guest reviewer Jonathan Loudan The Open Air Theatre in Regent’s park finally has a summer pantomime they can revive with minor tweaks and cast changes for ever, if they so desire. Peter Pan is, in any...

Red (Wyndham’s Theatre)

There’s a chapel in a suburb of Houston, Texas, whose hexagonal walls each carry a black or nearly-black canvas by the painter Mark Rothko. When I went there, I thought it a lonely, eerie space which can...

3 Women (Trafalgar Studios)

How often do you see a set with fitted carpets? Walking into Trafalgar Studios and seeing such a realistically dated four-star hotel suite, I thought, ‘oh, good, Katy Brand is going to rip conventional box...

H R Haitch (Union Theatre)

Two groups are better impersonated on television than by theatre: the Royal Family, and East Enders.   In H R Haitch they collide awkwardly in a royal wedding spoof musical with all the elegance of a bin...

The Inheritance (Young Vic)

It would be hard to imagine a play about young gay lives that speaks more eloquently to older gay men than the moving, informative and often hilarious The Inheritance at the Young Vic. At the end of the...