On Theatre

Pretty much the whole of Jerusalem is in some way “problematic”, which is why people relish it

Belarus Free Theatre brings moral complexity to the table

A new Mockingbird is masterful

This Belarusian play at the Barbican is timely and urgent

This production of Private Lives amuses as much as it moves its audience

Brontë’s lines anchor the frenetic action in Emma Rice’s over-the-top production

A new production of Hamlet takes one too many leaves out of Morrissey’s playbook

Rupert Goold’s Spring Awakening was too woke to be stirring

Great times to be had in Canterbury despite occasionally clunky comedy and some scandalously overpriced wine

Anne McElvoy gives kudos to Cush Jumbo, who has a star’s ability to rise above the inadequacies and shine bright