Mark Lawson is a journalist and broadcaster, best known for presenting Front Row on Radio 4 for 16 years.
Rona Munro and Richard Eyre have skilfully translated a novelistic monologue into a solo stage show.
Throughout several encounters with the late great novelist, I saw him switch between scabrous provocateur and professorial literary grandee.
Joe Penhall’s new play features a dispute over songwriting credits.
Five performances of Macbeth are on offer in Britain this spring: along with a ballet, a movie, and a novelisation by Jo Nesbo.
Ralph, a serial rapist and murderer of children, chattily soliloquises about the corpses and torture-porn videos stored in his lock-up garage.
David Eldridge and Annie Baker’s works use contrasting tactics of realism and surrealism.
Rhys Ifans gives a Scrooge that is wonderfully funny, seductive and interactive with the audience.
The key to reading between the lines of Anders Lustgarten’s play is easily to be found in post 9/11 news stories.
One of them is filled with speeches about what makes great theatre.
As Rød-Larsen, a commanding Toby Stephens cleverly keeps the audience guessing.