Sandra Gibson reviews the play Knee Deep in Promises, written by Deborah Morgan and directed by Paul Goetzee, on at the Royal Court Studio till 19th October.
Amina Hersi reviews NT Live: Fleabag, the one-woman show written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, broadcast live to the Picturehouse cinema from London’s West End.
Jennifer Walker reviews the comedy play by Gerry Linford, The Menlove Avenue Murder Mystery, on at the Royal Court until 21st September.
Ashley McGovern reviews the play All My Sons by Arthur Miller, shown at Picturehouse as part of National Theatre Live.
Ashley McGovern reviews Chekhov’s First Play, presented by Dead Centre at the Liverpool Playhouse.
Jennifer Walker reviews My Fairfield Lady, on at the Royal Court till the 25th May.
Ashley McGovern reviews the adaption of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, on at the Liverpool Playhouse till 4th May.
Mostyn Jones reviews Mike Leigh’s classic comedy play Abigail’s Party, on at the Liverpool Playhouse until 30th March.
Jennifer Walker reviews the comedy play Brick Up 2 – The Wrath of Ann Twacky, on at the Royal Court Theatre till 6th April.
Finvola Dunphy reviews Macbeth, presented by Daniel Taylor Productions at the Epstein Theatre till March 16th.
Jennifer Walker reviews the comedy Yellow Breck Road, on at The Royal Court until March 2nd.
Finvola Dunphy reviews Marilyn, the one-woman play produced by Breakthrough Theatre about Marilyn Monroe and performed at the Casa.
Jennifer Walker reviews the Royal Court’s new Christmas show The Scouse Cinderella, written by Kevin Fearon and on until 19th January.
Jennifer Walker reviews the adaptation of Dario Fo’s They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay! on at the Liverpool Playhouse till 3rd November.
Jennifer Walker reviews To Have To Shoot Irishmen, a new play by Lizzie Nunnery set during The Easter Rising in 1916 and performed at the Liverpool Everyman.
Mostyn Jones reviews Game Over, a play about suicide performed by Skitzoid Productions at The Casa.
Jennifer Walker reviews You Have to Laugh, the new show by Irish comedian David O’Doherty, which was on at the Liverpool Everyman.
Jennifer Walker reviews the musical Maggie May, the story of a young Irish girl on her way to New York via Liverpool, on at the Royal Court until 10th November.
Jennifer Walker reviews the play The Unreturning, the story of three soldiers returning home from war, on at the Liverpool Everyman till 20th October.
Jennifer Walker reviews the adaption of Alice Sebold’s novel, The Lovely Bones, on at the Liverpool Everyman till 6th October.