An imaginative troupe of actors takes over (where else?) Sainsbury’s for the afternoon.
The site-specific play "Would Like to Meet" turns its audience into performers.
Adventurous theatre delves into "Brown's Britain".
Enron is a reminder that theatre is peculiarly well-suited to unmasking the subterfuges of the banke
A Noël Coward revival in the West End hits some high notes
Peter Brook's vision of colonial Mali is surprisingly jejune.
The former New Statesman critic steps down.
Bonus culture in the time of King James.