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Tim Walker

Theatre Review: A fidgety encounter with Keeley Hawes

The Human Body, also starring Jack Davenport, is a confused homage to a David Lean classic

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Theatre Review: Matt Smith is electrifying in an Ibsen classic with a very modern message

The former Doctor Who’s second-act speech in An Enemy of the People is a tour de force

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Review: A farewell to the ENO

It’s leaving London and going out on a high

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The Handmaid’s Tale is a triumph from the ENO’s turmoil

A row with the Musicians’ Union threatened to overshadow opera’s premiere

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Theatre Review: A vintage musical’s timely lesson

The King And I contains a powerful message about power and decency

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Theatre Review: Comfort but no chemistry from Hollywood royalty

Real-life couple Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker fail to spark in Plaza Suite

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Theatre Review: Bravo for Daniel Bravo in sexy, sassy Cruel Intentions

A star is born in this high school musical with roots in French literature

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Theatre Review: Woody Harrelson’s Ulster American is funny, brutal and savage

This could be the most truthful play ever about putting on a play

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Theatre Review: The Trumpite who came to tea

Frances Barber is brilliant as a deranged conspiracist in Steven Moffat's play The Unfriend

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Can theatre recover from the Covid shock?

Nothing has been quite the same in theatre since the pandemic – investors are risk-averse and a lot of money has been lost

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Theatre Review: Want to watch a great play? Then go for a Burton

The Motive and the Cue is just as good second time around

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Alone Together, a tribute to Bill Kenwright

This year I learned the last great showman was one of those people I had loved deeply without ever fully realising it

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The mesmerising intensity of David Tennant’s Macbeth

This high-tech masterclass is also an extraordinary piece of unforgettable theatre

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Theatre Review: This Christmas Carol has a chilling resonance

The withering contempt Christopher Eccleston's Scrooge has for the poor and homeless hits particularly hard this year

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Theatre Review: Mandy Patinkin, the Broadway legend going it alone in the West End

The American actor's solo show is eloquent - if sometimes self-indulgent

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Theatre Review: The Queen Mother’s champagne-loving servant is the subject of the funniest West End play in years

Backstairs Billy captures the charm of an eccentric keeper of royal secrets

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Theatre Review: No more Lloyd Webber revivals, please

The latest reboot of Sunset Boulevard veers into self-indulgence

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Theatre Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane feeds the imagination

An adaptation of a Neil Gaiman novel makes for a startling production

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Theatre Review: Flowers for Mrs Harris cleans up with a triumph of Anglo-French co-operation

Patient theatregoers will be richly rewarded with Bronagh Lagan's production of the Paul Gallico book

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Theatre Review: Pygmalion skewers the social climbers

Richard Jones's revival displays perfectly what a preposterous activity our national obsession is

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Theatre Review: This Private Lives was dead on arrival

For a West End production, this show was simply not up to the mark

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Theatre Review: Little Big Things brings large joy

At a time when we have seen so much of the worst of it, this show appears to be tapping into something big

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Theatre Review: Alone Together is a play for your mind

Simon Williams has written a very clever and thoughtful play with an unusually sure grasp of the human condition

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Theatre Review: The timely revival that drags just a little

The return of La Cage Aux Folles, the show that proved too much for Thatcher-era Britain

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Theatre Review: Wash your hands of Dr Semmelweis

The production is intelligent, well-acted, but oh, so boring

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Theatre Review: This Sound of Music is one of my favourite things

Adam Penford’s production of the classic musical speaks to our populist times

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Theatre Review: Crazy For You is fun if undemanding

Unlike the joyless reworking of Oklahoma!, this gets the point of a big, old-fashioned musical

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Theatre Review: Groundhog Day is one to see over and over again

The writers have taken a film that I couldn't imagine could ever be improved upon and managed to improve upon it

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Theatre Review: McKellen and Allam are a charming odd couple

Frank and Percy lets the two old stagers do their thing, which is what makes it work so well

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Theatre Review: Winston's war is strange and uneven

Adrian Scarborough and Stephen Campbell Moore in When Winston went to War with the Wireless. Photo: Manuel Harlan

Jack Thorne's telling of an early BBC struggle is unfocused, often boring and poorly realised

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Theatre Review: Love changes everything... except this show

An Aspects of Love revival feels uncomfortable three decades on

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Theatre Review: Misguided Mountain fails to move

The stage version of Brokeback Mountain is well-meaning, well-acted and well, pointless

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