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3 STARS, May 16-19. Merrily We Roll Along is one for the Sondheim diehards, says Sondheim novice Richard Davies more

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4 STARS, May 15-19. Jane McGowan drifts back to Depression-hit Nevada to enjoy this toe-tapping classic more

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2 STARS, May 14-19. An intriguing premise is let down by a thin and implausible plot, says Alice Cairns more

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4 STARS, May 14-18. Darkly witty and frequently surprising, this revival of Peter Barnes’ debut  Sixties play has much to entertain, discovers Amanda Hodges more

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5 STARS. AnimAlphabet is slick, professional and full of colour. "By far one of the best children’s performances I’ve seen," says Sharon Wallace more

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2 STARS, May 9-12. Aliya Al-Hassan is left unimpressed by 20th Century Boy at Kingston's Rose Theatre more

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3 STARS, May 8-12. A dark new comedy about the state of the nation and the thin veneer of contemporary life, says Andrew Morris more

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5 STARS, May 1-5. Hilarious, inventive and brilliant rep at Leatherhead Theatre this week – no spoilers – just go and see Ayckbourn at his best! more

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4 STARS, April 29 – May 5. Two actors play 15 characters in an impressive tragicomedy that careers from laughter to tears more

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4 STARS. Con Crowley reviews Henry James's classic The Turn of The Screw, showing at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre until Saturday April 28th more

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3 STARS, Apr 24-28. An exuberant new musical about love, woven around the timeless soulful songs of Dusty Springfield, says Andrew Morris more

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4 STARS, April 24 – May 26. Dynamic and persuasive, Joe White’s first play tackles a family facing unnavigable loss and is a thoughtful and incisive drama, says Amanda Hodges more

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5 STARS, April 13 – May 6. The Rose Theatre's production of Much Ado Nothing gives an imaginative Mafia spa twist to a much-loved Shakespearean classic, says Alan Long more

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4 STARS, April 18-21. New rep company receives rapturous welcome with a revival of an 80s TV great, writes Jane McGowan more

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Betty Zapata

5 STARS, April 16-21. The Kite Runner at the Yvonne Arnaud this week is a superb tour de force. This is an absorbing dramatic narrative, utterly compelling more

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4 STARS, April 11-14. Vibrant and beautifully-cast, Amanda Hodges enjoys a sparkling new production of a classic Lloyd-Webber hit more

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Jonathan Constant

5 STARS, April 11-14. Personal, family and patriotic honour, truth and loyalty – timeless themes in a brilliant production by the talented Guildburys more

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4 STARS, April 10-14. Be prepared to be intrigued and mystified, says Janice Dempsey more

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5 STARS, March 28-29. Richard Davies enjoys a world class performance of dance by the Rambert company at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking as part of their UK tour more

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4 STARS, March 28-31. A fresh interpretation of an Agatha Christie classic, says Alison Hunt more

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