Thank God the Brits love queueing in the rain. The preamble to Babel feels a lot like Wimbledon, as an audience of nearly 1,000 waits outside a sodden Caledonian Park in London.
Peter Gill's revival of Robert Holman's triptych at the Donmar Warehouse is unmissable.
The first stage adaptation of Jung Chang's award-winning novel is a masterpiece.
Should there be a boycott of the Israeli theatre company at the Globe?
Simon McBurney is a match for Mikhail Bulgakov's fiendishly complex play.
FILM: Theatre under threat from the cuts.
This arty, expensive circus is fun, but not that far from the bad old days of light entertainment.
The Kilter theatre company puts down roots on an allotment in Bear Flats, Bath.
An imaginative troupe of actors takes over (where else?) Sainsbury’s for the afternoon.