London Theatre Reviews

Planning a theatre trip and not sure whether to splurge on the star power and spectacle of a West End musical, experience an intimate drama in a Fringe venue, or check out the latest in new writing at the Royal Court?


See what our reviewers thought about all the latest London theatre offerings with our full theatre reviews listings! From classic dramas to new musicals, our editorial team have written about what they loved and what they didn’t. View our London Theatre Guide reviews below or visit the reviews archive for closed shows.

  • A Doll's House
    A Doll's House
    Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
    Lyric Hammersmith is not so much a doll's house of a theatre as a jewel box Tardis: an unexpectedly traditional Victorian theatre, on three levels, that has been delicately reassembled and recreated... Read more
  • The Doctor
    The Doctor
    Almeida Theatre
    In his final production in his role as associate director at the Almeida, Robert Icke has left a little gift. His modernisation of Arthur Schnitzler’s 105-year-old play Professor Bernhardi is a tense... Read more
  • Death of a Salesman
    Death of a Salesman
    Piccadilly Theatre
    This review of Death of a Salesman is from the Young Vic production. The play will transfer to the West End later in 2019, click here to find out more.  London's informal Arthur Miller season in The... Read more
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