London Theatre Reviews Archive

Browse the London Theatre Review archive for a look back into Fringe theatre, West End shows, plays and musicals that have now closed, ranging from 1996 to the present.

  • A Taste of Honey
    Salford was one of the locations listed in the JAMs's 1991 hit 'It's grim up north'. But Shelagh Delaney got there first, though with an altogether more sympathetic, nuanced portrait of working class...
  • A View from The Bridge - Duke of York's Theatre 2009
    Genre: DramaOpened 5 Feb 2009Written: by Arthur MillerDirected: Lindsay PosnerCast: Ken Stott (Eddie Carbone), Mary Elizabeth Mastrantoni, Hayley AtwellProduced by: Kim Poster for Stanhope...
  • A View From The Bridge - Wyndhams Theatre 2015
    Wyndham's Theatre
    The Young Vic was deservedly named the London Theatre of the Year in The Stage's 2015 Awards for its work in the previous year, which included a blistering, brilliant new production of Arthur Miller'...
  • A View From The Bridge - Young Vic 2014
    Wyndham's Theatre
    The Young Vic Theatre was once Arthur Miller's London spiritual theatrical home across a memorable period between 1985 to 1993 when its then artistic director David Thacker directed seven of his...
  • A Woman Killed With Kindness
    Written by Shakespeare's contemporary, Thomas Heywood, this play was first performed in 1603. Heywood was a prolific writer who managed to pen more than 200 plays, of which 'A Woman Killed With...
  • A Woman of No Importance
    Adrian Noble has decided to revive Oscar Wilde’s “A Women of No Importance” for no apparent good reason, or none that shows itself in this production. Wilde has written some delightful plays, but...
  • Abigail's Party - Whitehall Theatre 2003
    It seems appropriate that the Hampstead Theatre's revival of ABIGAILS PARTY has found it's way to the Whitehall Theatre. At first sight Mike Leigh's satire of '70s suburbia seems to have little in...
  • Abigail's Party - Wyndhams Theatre 2012
    Wyndham's Theatre
    'Abigail's Party' is still, some 35 years after its first run, one of the best-known British comedies and is regularly revived. And with a DVD of the BBC version still being sold the play continues...
  • Abominations review of a powerful drama at Etcetera Theatre
    Abominations is a play written and directed by Matthew Campling, and this “tryout production” is currently running at the Etcetera Theatre, a small fringe venue above the Oxford Arms pub in Camden,...
  • Absent Friends
    Sir Alan Ayckbourn's 1974 play 'Absent Friends' has more in the title than you might initially think. It is not just about friends who are missing in the physical sense because it also encompasses...

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