If a play aspires to say something about masculinity, violence and morality, it should treat its subject with interest and respect.
Paul Mason’s new play about Michel is admirably far from a hagiography.
The Old Vic’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead manages to make Tom Stoppard's out-of-fashion absurdism work.
Sex-swapping the lead role provides a fresh insight into Shakespeare's classic tragedy.
The new play set in JK Rowling's wizarding world is a nostalgia trip.
Against a big, blowsy set, Benedict Cumberbatch delivers a deliberately un-starry performance (shame about the slow-mo).
You probably haven’t heard of John Lloyd – but this self-described Stoic, whose career was derailed by depression, has probably made you laugh more times than anyone else.
The Zombie PM
The doomed premiership of Theresa May