ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Oslo THEATER | Oslo
September 19, 2017
Five Guys Named Moe THEATER | Five Guys Named Moe
September 18, 2017
Mosquitoes THEATER | Mosquitoes
July 28, 2017
The Mentor THEATER | The Mentor
July 04, 2017
Hir THEATER | Hir review
June 21, 2017

The Patriotic Traitor The Patriotic Traitor
De Gaulle vs. Pétain: you are enlightened without realising it

A Steady Rain A Steady Rain
Mad Men and House of Cards writer's stage play

The End of Longing The End of Longing
Matthew Perry's World Premiere

Orson's Shadow Orson's Shadow
Welles, Olivier, Leigh, Plowright & Tynan

Gypsy Gypsy
A perfect cast ...Staunton's Rose is gloriously multi-faceted ...in an age of vapid rock musicals and cynical jukebox shows it's an object lesson in what a musical should be.

Buddy Greco Joe Bonamassa
The American caught up with the blues rock superstar to talk about his new album, festivals, and – what else? – guitars.

Michael Urie, Buyer and Cellar Buyer and Cellar
Ugky Betty and Modern Family star Michael Urie dazzles in a gloriously witty homage to Barbra Streisand

Barrie Rutter, King Lear Northern Broadsides' King Lear
A Lear unlike any you've seen before. Northern Broadsides shakes new life into Shakespeare.

Tom Senior, Godspell Godspell
A reinvention too far?

Death of a Salesman Death of a Salesman
The RSC hits gold dust with this Miller revival.

Benton self portrait Dust Bowl Masterpieces At Olympia
First Time in the UK for classic American art from the Great Depression

Joe Bonamassa Joe Bonamassa
Bonamassa takes you on a tour of the world of blues. Every branch, every fusion, all masterfully presented.

Katie Brayben in Beautiful – The Carole King Musical Beautiful – The Carole King Musical
Katie Brayben is a revelation in the title role

Kevin Spacey as Clarence Darrow Clarence Darrow
...a fittingly noble end to Spacey's tenure at the Old Vic

The Ruling Class The Ruling Class
James McAvoy banishes memories of Peter O'Toole

Assassins Assassins
Sondheim's darkly delicious musical about the people who tried to assassinate US Presidents


Brent Barrett Brent Barrett: Life Is –
The Songs of Kander & Ebb. Barrett's voice is perfect instrument for musical theatre.


Bat Boy Bat Boy
An interesting Broadway curiosity, given a very spirited production and some top-notch performances

Here Lies Love Here Lies Love
A portrait in disco of Imelda Marcos from Talking Heads' David Byrne, record producer/DJ Fat Boy Slim, Natalie Mendoza and Broadway wunderkind Alex Timbers.

City of Angels City of Angels
Like wallowing in a special issue of Vanity Fair, this production oozes luxury and glamour


NFL London Charles Busch
The distinguished icon of off–Broadway theatre misses the mark in West End cabaret.


Chelsea Handler Chelsea Handler
The late night talk show host played her first London gig and proved to be an acquired taste, just like... well, read on if you dare.
Umphrey's McGee Umphrey's McGee
"They're constantly setting the bar higher for themselves," said Sam from Wisconsin as Umphrey's rocked The Dome. On until June 21.
Meow Meow Meow Meow — Feline Intimate
Words escape us trying to encapsulate the wonder that is Meow Meow! On until Sunday June 8.
In The Heights In The Heights
A Manhattan–based show with huge ambitions and a very large cast, full of flavor and spice.

Urinetown, Richard-Fleeshman Urinetown – the Musical
Don't be put off by the name! Urinetown is a Broadway hit that has found a great berth in London's new St James Theatre.
Other Desert Cities Other Desert Cities
This great play demonstrates yet again that we're currently blessed by the quality of new American writing on the London stage.


Eric Church Eric Church
By Darren Weale. March 02, 2014
The roughneck country boy rocks London.
Liz Callaway Liz Callaway
By Jarlath O'Connell. January 28, 2014
"She still retains that girl next door sweetness and an endearing open hearted quality which can warm up a big concert hall, but in the confines of the cabaret room, can come across as rather over cooked."
The Book of Mormon Olivier Nominations 2014
By Jarlath O'Connell.
In a strong year for musicals, The Book of Mormon (pictured) is vying in the Olivier Awards' New Musical category with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Scottsboro Boys.


Joan Collins Joan Collins – One Night With Joan
By Jarlath O'Connell. February 02, 2014
"Alone on a well bedecked stage and looking a million dollars, she regales us with gossipy snippets from her extraordinary career.
A Spoonful of Sherman A Spoonful of Sherman
By Jarlath O'Connell. January 13, 2014
A little bit of schmaltz goes a long way with your curmudgeonly reviewer, but he happily survived this celebration of the life, times and songs of Robert B Sherman.
Eileen Atkins Ellen Terry With Eileen Atkins
By Jarlath O'Connell. January 27, 2014
One great actress inhabits the role of another, recreating her lectures on Shakespeare's female characters in the Globe's new winter home.
Brent Barrett Brent Barrett – Night Songs
By Jarlath O'Connell. January 14, 2014
One of the most beautiful voices in contemporary theatre in cabaret at London's The Crazy Coqs.
The El. Train The El. Train: Three One–Act Plays by Eugene O'Neill
By Jarlath O'Connell. December 13, 2013
Mini masterpieces in dramatic tension and like a perfect short story they make you long for more. An admirable labor of love by all concerned.
Candide Candide
By Jarlath O'Connell. December 02, 2013
The theatrical powerhouse that is the Menier Chocolate Factory strikes gold yet again with its now annual Christmas musical.
` An Evening with Sylvester Stallone
By Peter Lawler. January 11, 2014
A surprisingly witty, insightful, sometimes very cerebral look at a life in a grueling industry.
Billy Stritch Billy Stritch in I've Got Your Number – The Jazz of Cy Coleman
By Jarlath O'Connell. October 15, 2013
Liza Minnelli's MD and accompanist plays a mean jazz piano while taking a tour of the Jazz works of the great Cy Coleman
KT Sullivan and Karen Kohler: Vienna to Weimar Lorna Luft — Back in Business
By Jarlath O'Connell. December 03, 2013
Lorna Luft returns to Brasserie Zedel for a two–week pre–Christmas run and gets everyone in the mood with a vivacious 'Happy Holidays'
Ann Hampton Callaway Diva Power – Ann Hampton Callaway Salutes Great Ladies of Song
The long overdue return to the London stage of the American cabaret star and jazz artist.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
By Peter Lawler. October 08, 2013
Leave your political sensitivity at the theatre doors and enjoy a gleefully infectious show.
KT Sullivan and Karen Kohler: Vienna to Weimar KT Sullivan and Karen Kohler: Vienna to Weimar
By Jarlath O'Connell. October 22, 2013
KT Sullivan and Karen Kohler – a masterclass in cabaret.
The Lyons The Lyons
By Peter Lawler. September 26, 2013
Can a bleak tragicomedy offer anything new and refreshing? Yes, in Nicky Silver's latest – a family drama reminiscent of O'Neill.
Horrible Histories Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part Two!
By Jarlath O'Connell. October 12, 2013
Lauryn Redding, Anthony Spargo play all the characters in the "eww!-fest" that is Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain, Part Two
Barking in Essex Barking in Essex
By Jarlath O'Connell. September 16, 2013
"'Effin n blindin', that's about it really" would be a Cockney summing up of this new, alleged, comedy.
Arturo Ui The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
By Jarlath O'Connell. September 26, 2013
Bertolt Brecht's political masterpiece
James Earl Jones, Much Ado About Nothing, Old Vic Much Ado About Nothing
By Jarlath O'Connell. September 24, 2013
Rylance has been daring and given us a chance to wallow one more time in the presence of these acting greats, Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones.
Drowned Man The Drowned Man - A Hollywood Fable
By Jarlath O'Connell. August 21, 2013
A Punchdrunk-National Theatre co-production at 31 London Street, London W2
The Pride The Pride
By Jarlath O'Connell. August 14, 2013
By Alexi Kaye Campbell
Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A 2DY, to November 9
Ladykillers The Ladykillers
By Graham Linehan based on screenplay by William Rose
Vaudeville Theatre, Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

John Gordon Sinclair, Angela Thorne, Simon Day, Chris McCalphy, Ralf Little and Con O'Neill star in The Ladykillers.
Photo © Dan Tsantilis.
The Color Purple The Color Purple - The Musical
By Alice Walker, adapted by Marsha Norman
Music and lyrics by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray
Menier Chocolate Factory, 53 Southwark St, London SE1 1RU, to September 14
Abiona Omonua, Cynthia Erivo in The Color Purple. Photo © Nobby Clark.
Private Lives Private Lives
By Noël Coward
Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6AR, to September 21

Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens in Private Lives. Photo © Johan Persson.
Fences Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Based on the novel by Roald Dahl, Adapted by David Greig
Music by Marc Shaiman, Directed by Sam Mendes
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London WC2B 6JF
The cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Photo by Helen Maybanks.
Chimerica Chimerica
By Lucy Kirkwood
Almeida Theatre, London (Transfering to the Harold Pinter Theatre August 6)
David K.S. Tse in Chimerica. Photo © Johan Persson.
Daytona Daytona
By Oliver Cotton
Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP, to August 18

Harry Shearer and Maureen Lipman in Fences. Photo © Manuel Harlan.
The Amen Corner The Amen Corner
By James Baldwin
The Olivier Theatre, National Theatre, London SE1 9PX
To August 14
Lucian Msamati and Marianne Jean-Baptiste in The Amen Corner. Photo by Richard Smith.
Boston Ballet Boston Ballet
at the London Coliseum

Corina Gill, Misa Kuranaga, and Shelby Elsbree of the Boston Ballet. ©
The George Balanchine Trust. Photo by Gene Schiavone.
Othello Othello
By William Shakespeare
Olivier Theatre, National Theatre, Southbank, London SE1 9PX
To October 5
Rory Kinnear and Adrian Lester in Othello. Photo © Johan Persson.
Fences Fences
By August Wilson
Duchess Theatre, 3-5 Catherine Street, London WC2B 5LA, to September 14

Lenny Henry and Tanya Moodie in Fences. Photo © Nobby Clark.
Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand at The O2, London
a On this tour, Barbra has an almost laid back feel – as laid back as you can get with a 60-piece orchestra and a choir of 100.
The Hothouse The Hothouse
By Harold Pinter
Trafalgar Studios, London, SW1A 2DY
To August 3
John Simm in The Hothouse. Photo © Johan Persson.
Pink Martini Pink Martini with guest Rufus Wainwright
The multi-national, multi-cultural little orchestra
On tour to May 8


Once Once
Music and lyrics by Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová
Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Rd, London
Booking until November 30, 2013

Declan Bennett (Guy) and Zrinka Cvitesic (Girl) in Once. Photo © Manuel Harlan.
Strange Interlude Strange Interlude
By Eugene O'Neill
Lyttelton Theatre, National Theatre, London SE1 9PX
Until September 1
Anne-Marie Duff in Strange Interlude. Photo © Johan Persson.
Patti LuPone Patti LuPone
Part concert, part on-stage interview, part masterclass, this sassy fun-packed week of shows will enrapture theatre aficionados, writes Jarlath O'Connell
Charles Castronovo Charles Castronovo
Kings Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 1QN
The American tenor in the intimate surroundings of a London pub fringe theatre
Six performances from Sunday March 31 until April 29
Charles Castronovo. Photo © Pia Clodi
To Kill a Mockingbird To Kill a Mockingbird
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London
Adapted for the stage by Christopher Serdel, based on the novel by Harper Lee
Runs until June 15, 2013
Damian Humbley and Mark Umbers in Merrily We Roll Along. Photo by Tristram Kenton Theater: Merrily We Roll Along
Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by George Furth
Now at the Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton St, London, SW1Y 4DN

Photo © Tristram Kenton.
Book of Mormon The Book of Mormon
Book, music and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone
Prince of Wales Theatre, Coventry St, London W1D 6AS

Jared Gertner in The Book of Mormon. Photo © Joan Marcus.
Doktor Glas Doktor Glas
By Hjalmar Söderberg
Wyndham’s Theatre, London WC2H 0DA
Until May 11, 2013

Krister Henriksson in Doktor Glas. Photo © Mats Bäcker.
The Look of Love Sundance London 2013
O2 Cineworld, Greenwich, London
Thursday April 25 to Sunday April 28, 2013
Highlights from the Film and Music Festival, including The Look of Love Review
Steve Coogan in The Look of Love, showing at Sundance London
Alison Jiear Alison Jiear
St James Studio, London SW1
"An astounding talent, she combines impeccable artistry,
great warmth and complete command of her audience"
Alison Jiear. Photo © sarah-martin-2010 www.icandyforever.com
A Chorus Line A Chorus Line
Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante
Lyrics by Edward Kleban.
London Palladium Theatre, 8 Argyll St, London W1F 7TF, Booking to Jan 18, 2014

The Cast of A Chorus Line. Photo © Manuel Harlan.
Peter and Alice Peter and Alice
Play by John Logan
Noel Coward Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4AU
To June 1, 2013
Dame Judy Dench in Peter and Alice. Photo © Johan Persson.
Quartermaine's Terms Quartermaine's Terms
By Simon Gray
Wyndham’s Theatre, London, until April 13, 2013

Rowan Atkinson in Quartermaine’s Terms. Photo © Nobby Clark.
The Audience The Audience
By Peter Morgan
Gielgud Theatre, 35 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6AR, until June 15, 2013

Dame Helen Mirren stars in The Audience. Photo © Johan Persson.
Janie Dee Janie Dee and the London Cabaret Renaissance
The Crazy Coqs Cabaret at Brasserie Zédel,
20 Sherwood St, London W1

Janie Dee at The Crazy Coqs Cabaret. Photo © Marcos Bevilacqua.
Old Times Old Times
By Harold Pinter
Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton Street, London SW1Y 4DN, until April 6, 2013

Kristin Scott Thomas in Old Times. Photo © Simon Annand.
This House This House
By James Graham
National Theatre's Olivier Theatre, Southbank, London SE1 9PX
Booking until May 15, 2013

The Cast of This House. Photo © Johan Persson.
Viva Forever Viva Forever
Book by Jennifer Saunders
Piccadilly Theatre, Denman Street, London W1D 7DY Now Booking until June 8

The Hannah John-Kamen and her fellow hopefuls in Viva Forever!. Photo: Brinkhoff/Moegenburg.
Matilda, Cambridge Theatre Theater: Matilda The Musical
Matilda, by Dennis Taylor and Tim Minchin, based on the novel by Roald Dahl.
At the Cambridge Theatre, London. Booking to December 22, 2013.

Pictured: Eleanor Worthington Cox as Matilda and Lauren Ward as Miss Honey. Photo by Manuel Harlan.
Macbeth Macbeth
By William Shakespeare
Trafalgar Studios, Whitehall, London SW1, until April 27, 2013

James McAvoy in Macbeth. Photo © Johan Persson.
Privates on Parade Privates on Parade
Play by Peter Nichols, music by Denis King
Noel Coward Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4AU, until March 2, 2013

Simon Russell Beale in Privates on Parade.
One Man Two Guvnors, Theatre Royal Haymarket Theater: One Man, Two Guvnors
One Man, Two Guvnors, by Richard Bean, is now at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Pictured: James Corden as Francis Henshall and Suzie Toase as Dolly. Photo by Tristram Kenton.
Hedda Gabler. Photo by Johan Persson Theater: Hedda Gabler
By Henrik Ibsen
Old Vic Theatre, London SE1, until November 10, 2012

Photo © Johan Persson.
Daddy Long Legs. Photo by Jeanne Tanner Theater: Daddy Long Legs
Book By John Caird, Music & Lyrics by Paul Gordon
St James Theatre, London SW1, until December 8, 2012

Photo © Jeanne Tanner.
Charley's Aunt. Photo by Catherine Ashmore Theater: Charley's Aunt
By Brandon Thomas
Menier Chocolate Factory Theatre, London, until November 10, 2012

Photo © Catherine Ashmore.
Top Hat, Aldwych Theatre Theater: Top Hat
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, based on RKO’s motion picture.
At the Aldwych Theatre, London. Booking to April 26, 2013

Pictured: Tom Chambers and Summer Strallen. Photo ©Alaistair Muir.
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Photo by Carina Musk-Anderson Ballet: Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet
The production at the Sadlers Wells Theatre, London has now ended

Photo © Carina Musk-Anderson.
Anthony Rapp in Without You, at the Menier Chocolate Factory Without You
Anthony Rapp recounts the parallel stories of his mother's death and that of Jonathan Larson, the creator of Rent, the show Rapp starred in.

Anthony Rapp in Without You. Photo © Nobby Clark.
Curtains at the Landor Theatre. Theater: Curtains
By Rupert Holmes
At the Landor Theatre, London, until September 1, 2012.

Buster Skeggs as Carmen Bernstein and Jeremy Legat as Lt. Frank Cioffi in Curtains. Photo © Francis Loney.
Dear World Dear World
Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman
Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E Lee in a new version by David Thompson
Charing Cross Theatre, London WC2, until March 30, 2013

Betty Buckley in Dear World. Photo © Eric Richmond.
DruidMurphy - Conversations Theater: Druid/Murphy
Three plays by Tom Murphy, now over at the Hampstead Theatre, London, they now move on to New York, Galway, Cork, Dublin, Washington, and Oxford.

Marty Rea as Michael inDruidMurphy, Conversations. Photo © Catherine Ashmore.
The Last of the Haussmans at the Lyttelton Theatre. Theater: The Last of the Haussmans
By Stephen Beresford
At the Lyttelton Theatre, London, until October 11, 2012

Helen McCrory, Julie Walters, and Rory Kinnear in The Last of the Haussmans. Photo © Catherine Ashmore.
Dandy Dick at the Theatre Royal, Brighton Theater: Dandy Dick
By Arthur Wing Pinero
At the Theatre Royal, Brighton, and on tour. Until September 1, 2012.

Michael Cochrane and Patricia Hodge in Dandy Dick. Photo © Robert Workman.
A Life of Galileo A Life of Galileo
By Bertolt Brecht, translated by Mark Ravenhill
RSC's Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, until March 30, 2013

Ian McDiarmid in A Life of Galileo. Photo by Ellie Kurttz.
Great Expectations Great Expectations
By Charles Dickens, and adapted by Jo Clifford
Vaudeville Theatre, 404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH, booking to June 1, 2013

Paula Wilcox as Miss Haversham in Great Expectations. Photo © Alastair Muir.
The Turn of the Screw The Turn of the Screw
By Henry James, adapted by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Almeida Theatre, Islington, London, until March 16, 2013

Lucy Morton as Flora in The Turn of the Screw. Photo © Nobby Clark.
KOOZA Cirque du Soleil: Kooza
The show's run at the Royal Albert Hall has now ended

The Innocent from KOOZA. Photo © OSA Images
The Bodyguard The Bodyguard
Screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan, book by Alex Dinelaris
Adelphi Theatre, The Strand, London WC2R 0NS, booking to September 28, 2013

Heather Headley in The Bodyguard.
What The Butler Saw at the Vaudeville Theatre, London Theater: What The Butler Saw
By Joe Orton
At the Vaudeville Theatre, London WC2. Booking until August 25, 2012

Omid Djalili in What The Butler Saw. Photo by Simon Annand.
People. Photo by Catherine Ashmore Theater: People
By Alan Bennett
National Theatre, Lyttelton, London SE1 9PX, until April 2, 2013

Photo © Catherine Ashmore.
Denial, King’s Head Theatre Theater: Denial
By Arnold Wesker
At the King’s Head Theatre, London. Booking until June 2012.

Pictured: Clare Cameron as Jenny. Photo by Christopher Tribble.
Singin In The Rain, Palace Theatre Theater: Singin' In The Rain
Screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, songs by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed.
Palace Theatre, London, booking to August 31, 2013.

Pictured: Adam Cooper, Scarlett Strallen and Daniel Crossley. Photo by Manuel Harlan.
Sweeney Todd, Adelphi Theatre Theater: Sweeney Todd
Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Hugh Wheeler.
At the Adelphi Theatre, London, booking to September 22, 2012.

Michael Ball as Todd, and Imelda Staunton as Mrs Lovett. Photo by Tristram Kenton.
Kate Nelson as Norma Cassidy in Victor/Victoria. Photo by Annabel Vere Theater: Victor/Victoria
Book by Blake Edwards, Music by Henry Mancini, Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
The run at the Southwark Playhouse is now over.

Kate Nelson as Norma Cassidy in Victor/Victoria. Photo © Annabel Vere.
David Bamber in The Sweet Smell of Success. Photo © Jason Bell, Lothar Schmid/ H&K, Simon Annand. Theater: The Sweet Smell of Success
Music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Crag Carnelia, book by John Guare
Arcola Theatre, Dalston, London, until December 22, 2012

David Bamber in The Sweet Smell of Success. Photo © Jason Bell, Lothar Schmid/ H&K, Simon Annand.
A Chorus Of Disapproval. Photo by Catherine Ashmore Theater: A Chorus Of Disapproval
By Alan Ayckbourn
Harold Pinter Theatre, London SW1Y 4DN, booking through January 5, 2013

Photo © Catherine Ashmore.
Choir Boy. Photo by Simon Kane Theater: Choir Boy
Book by Tarell Alvin McCraney
Now transfered to the Manhattan Theatre Club.

Photo © Simon Kane.
Steel Pier. Photo by Claire Bilyard Theater: Steel Pier
Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Book by David Thompson
The Union Theatre, Southwark, London SE1. Until November 24, 2012.

Photo © Claire Bilyard.
Re-Animator: The Musical Theater: Edinburgh Fringe
Jarlath O’Connell’s choice cuts from the Edinburgh Fringe


George Wendt in Re-Animator: The Musical. Photo © Thomas Hargis.
Heartbreak House at the Chichester Festival Theatre Theater: Heartbreak House
By George Bernard Shaw
At the Chichester Festival Theatre until August 25, 2012

Derek Jacobi (Captain Shotover) in Heartbreak House. Photo © Johan Persson.
Ragtime at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London Theater: Ragtime
Book by Terrence McNally, Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
At Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London, until September 8, 2012

Rolan Bell and Claudia Kariuki in Ragtime. Photo © Johan Persson.
Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud Theatre, London Theater: Chariots of Fire
At the Gielgud Theatre, London. Booking until October 11, 2012

Jack Lowden and James McArdle in Chariots of Fire. Photo © Manuel Harlan.
Torch Song Trilogy at the Menier Chocolate Theatre, London Theater: Torch Song Trilogy
By Harvey Fierstein
At the Menier Chocolate Factory, London, until August 12, 2012

David Bedella in Torch Song Trilogy. Photo by Catherine Ashmore.
The Sunshine Boys at the Savoy Theatre, London Theater: The Sunshine Boys
By Neil Simon
At the Savoy Theatre, London WC2. Booking until July 28, 2012

Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths in The Sunshine Boys. Photo © Johan Persson.
Long Days Journey Into Night, Apollo Theatre Theater: Long Day’s Journey Into Night
By Eugene O’Neill.
At the Apollo Theatre, London. Booking until August 18, 2012.

David Suchet and Laurie Metcalf. Photo ©Johan Persson.
Hay Fever, Noel Coward Theatre Theater: Hay Fever
By Noel Coward. At the Noel Coward Theatre, London, booking to June 2, 2012.

Pictured: Lindsay Duncan and Jeremy Northam. Photo: Catherine Ashmore.

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