Existential ant-ics about identity and change leave us with more questions than answers.
Apphia Campbell questions how much has truly changed in 45 years
An unusual slice of British history set in an English boozer.
Steel, strip-teases and soap stars make for a solid, sexy revival.
A heart-warming solo performance on love and how we write about it
An inspiring imaginary world populated by forgettable figures.
A copycat adaptation that cannot escape the classic original’s shadow.
An inventive reimaging of a classic that bends the rules of time.
Sex, scandal and strikes stir up Zinnie Harris’s adaptation of a classic.
A dark but disappointing delve into the underworld.
A love-letter to 19th-century satire that struggles to translate to stage.
If you haven’t stopped believin’, this is the show for you.
A festive classic that will enchant all the family.
An engrossing allegorical romance intertwining sex and politics, with far too short a run.
A baffling yet intriguing solo piece on migration and belonging.
Pleasantly baffling but unrewarding tribute to two famous Dollys.
Bouncy cabaret that packs a powerful emotional punch.
Jake Boston’s brutal yet bouncy solo performance pays respect to his hero.
Raw and emotionally charged performance raising awareness of OCD.
An enjoyable, if predictable, thriller with a strong performance at its heart.
Ming Hon cuts to the chase with this multimedia collection of shorts.
Unusual comedy with intriguing but entirely unexplained premise.
Octopus Girls’ monologues break the mould of feminist theatre
Theatre Paradok are talented, but their show will test your patience.