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★★★★☆ This farcical play-within-a-play is a real hoot.
★★★☆☆ An interesting darker take on Michael Gow's beloved play, though some of the magic is lost.
★★★★☆ Krymov's puppets tell a darkly visual tale of Shostakovich and his time.
★★★★☆ Declan Greene's queer farce gets audiences laughing hard and thinking even harder.
★★★★½ Simon Russell Beale’s Prospero really is such stuff as dreams are made on.
★★★★½ An off the rails, porcelain bus ride, exposing the worst of humanity.
★★★★☆ The Flick is an absorbing and well-crafted play that amuses and disturbs.
★★★★½ Unique chance to be a fly on the Gabriels' kitchen wall is not to be missed.
★½☆☆☆ 90 minutes in the quarry of the damned feel like just that.
★★★★☆ Full of fluid realities, Institute is visceral, troubling but beautifully wrought theatre that tugs at your emotions.