Frecknall’s Streetcar is a commendable, if not stellar outing

The travails of ageing actors

Boycotting the Crown and handbags at dusk

How John Gabriel Borkman is a hard Ibsen play to like

Sheridan’s The Rivals plot is taken to different heights

Autumn arrives and nostalgia descends

West End zingers on stage now

The revival of Jerusalem reminds us of a still-forgotten England

The playwright will not be remembered for his poetry