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Nobby Clark

Hall or nothing

As the theatre world mourns the loss of Sir Peter Hall, his biographer Stephen Fay reflects on the director’s struggle to found the Rose Theatre

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Elizabeth McCafferty / Flossie Hyde

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4 STARS, October 17 – December 6. The National Youth Theatre’s production of Jekyll and Hyde at the Ambassadors Theatre is a strange case of rumbustious inspiration rather than adaptation more

13 Oct 2017 14:23 Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, October 3 – November 4. Despite some problems with pacing and a few underwhelming performances from younger cast members, Chekhov's writing makes this production worth a trip to Hammersmith, says Don Brown more

12 Oct 2017 15:08 Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, October 10-14. "If you want to understand how much rural England has changed in the last century, go and see Harvest," says Andrew Morris more

11 Oct 2017 11:23 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, Oct 10-28. Amanda Hodges discovers the unexpected delights of a surprisingly life-affirming play about depression more

11 Oct 2017 11:12 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, Oct 11-14. This Andrew Lloyd Webber classic starring Joe McElderry is still a hit with audiences 50 years after it was first written, says Aliya Al-Hassan more

11 Oct 2017 11:04 Theatre/Arts

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Robert Workman

5 STARS. Legally Blonde the Musical is on at the New Victoria Theatre Woking until Saturday 14 October. Richard Davies loved every minute of it more

10 Oct 2017 12:14 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, October 9-28. Curiouser and curiouser! William Gadsby Peet enjoys a barnstorming ballet adaptation of Lewis Carroll's masterpiece of imagination more

10 Oct 2017 10:32 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS. "This is wholly immersive theatre, not for the faint-hearted but truly rewarding," says Andrew Morris more

9 Oct 2017 14:31 Theatre/Arts

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Edmond Terakopian

3 STARS, October 3-14. Amanda Hodges reviews an engaging production of one of Tom Stoppard’s best-known works at the Rose Theatre more

5 Oct 2017 16:03 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, October 3-7. Shocked, frightened, surprised, delighted and entertained – one of the most enjoyable nights at the theatre this year! Expect the unexpected, says Janice Dempsey more

4 Oct 2017 11:48 Theatre/Arts

THE BEST MAN

Geraint Lewis

4 STARS, October 4-7. "A thoroughly engrossing, beautifully acted production that carries real conviction and political punch," says Amanda Hodges more

4 Oct 2017 11:10 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, October 1-7. An ambiguous, spooky treat with standout performances from its young stars, says Alice Cairns more

3 Oct 2017 10:09 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS. Lynchpin Productions present Rotten Perfect, a witty snapshot of the impassioned backstage lives of Ellen Terry and Henry Irving. Andrew Morris reviews more

2 Oct 2017 14:41 Theatre/Arts

Arlene Phillips has spent 40 years on her feet. Now the dancing queen is taking to the road for a tell-all tour. Jane McGowan falls into step more

28 Sep 2017 11:36 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, Oct 16-21. From page to stage. Jane McGowan enjoys an evening with the Wipers Times, coming to Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud more

27 Sep 2017 15:20 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, Woking Theatre Sept 26-30. Look who’s just moved into the neighbourhood! Samantha Laurie gives The Addams Family musical a big thumbs up more

27 Sep 2017 10:17 Theatre/Arts

Laurence Fox has been waiting in the wings. Now he’s ready for The Real Thing. Jane McGowan finds him warming to his latest role more

20 Sep 2017 14:52 Theatre/Arts

The March on Russia

Helen Maybanks

5 STARS, September 7 – October 7. An intimate portrayal of a working class marriage, delicately capturing the hopes and dreams of a whole generation, writes Jane McGowan more

20 Sep 2017 14:44 Theatre/Arts