The Seagull, Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, review: 'terrific' The Seagull, Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, review: 'terrific'

Everything about the approach to reviving Anton Chekhov's first masterpiece for the theatre feels thought-through, says Dominic Cavendish

26. 6. 2015 20:15
Battersea Power Station to have arts centre Battersea Power Station to have arts centre

Landmark venue Battersea Power Station teams up with Battersea Arts Centre for new culture space in London

26. 6. 2015 17:51
Love's Labours Lost, Bard in the Botanics Festival Glasgow, review: 'wonderfully over-the-top' Love's Labours Lost, Bard in the Botanics Festival Glasgow, review: 'wonderfully over-the-top'

Scotland's festival of Shakespeare got off to a great start and sent Mark Brown home smiling

28. 6. 2015 16:46
Best plays of 2015 Best plays of 2015

The theatrical highlights of the year

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David Suchet: Taking a walk on the wild side as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest

Think of the actor David Suchet, and for many, the quizzical face of Hercule Poirot pops up: the long-running series of Agatha Christie adaptations may have come to an end in 2013, but love for the Belgian detective remains undimmed. However, Poirot fans will be doing a double-take at Suchet’s latest role: Lady Bracknell. Yes, the 69-year-old actor is playing the fearsome matriarch of Oscar...

27. 6. 2015 14:00
Reginald D Hunter, Warwick Arts Centre, review: 'a dose of life-saving sanity' Reginald D Hunter, Warwick Arts Centre, review: 'a dose of life-saving sanity'

Hunter's reflections on life, sex and race are refreshingly laid-back, says Dominic Cavendish

26. 6. 2015 18:42
The Trial, Young Vic, review: 'pedestrian' The Trial, Young Vic, review: 'pedestrian'

Rory Kinnear was dynamic but this keenly anticipated production was otherwise oddly punishing to watch

27. 6. 2015 14:39
Bandelero the Bandit: JM Barrie's lost play Bandelero the Bandit: JM Barrie's lost play

The Peter Pan creator's first drama is a rapid-fire tale of lovable rogues, dastardly villains and romance, says Mark Brown

27. 6. 2015 13:15
Choreographics, Sadler's Wells, review: New York story sticks in the mind Choreographics, Sadler's Wells, review: New York story sticks in the mind

Choreographics, in which the dancers of English National Ballet create their own works, is a place for experiment. This year’s programme, which took post-war America as its theme, had a lively range of approaches and two real hits. Fabian Reimair and Stina Quagebeur both dig into complex relationships; both show distinctive theatrical voices.

28. 6. 2015 16:32
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