A surprisingly absorbing tale of the slow death of test cricket.
A curiosity piece from the vaults of Hammer Horror.
Superb staging of Alisdair Gray’s unstageable novel
Fresh, feminist, funny but unprepared comedy
Fluid, frenzied and thought provoking physical theatre.
A chance to wallow in other people’s hilarious misery
Beautifully woven storytelling from one of Hollywood’s best character actors
Unreliable narrative of 80s theatre.
A darkly funny and illuminating lecture on suicide and euthanasia.
Artistry, acrobatics and elegance in this big top show.
Worthy theatre but with a weak and simplistic ending.
Energetic and clever revival which is showing its age.
Aliens, Michael Jackson and bubbles in this piece of Finnish clowning.
Love lost and love regained in the charming piece of romantic theatre.
Moving, brave but flawed show from singer Katt T
This year’s sole interpretation of the Anglo-Saxon epic shows weaknesses.
Dreamlike and romantic piece of physical theatre from Theatre Re
Exceptional storytelling on show in this take on Irish identity and language.
Slightly overstaying its welcome Hotel Paradiso is still well worth a visit.
Billy Wilder’s POW tale still provides great escapism after 62 years.
An imperfect take on Ibsen’s most fascinating anti-heroine.
Few scares or belly laughs, but a great cast and brilliant performance from Vincent Price make this horror comedy worth a watch.
Top class dance, choreography and invention from Rambert Dance Company
Flying carpets and a cast of thousands lead this exotic fantasy from the golden age of silent Hollywood.