ANNA ISAAC finds a play which discusses some controversial issues with flair and sensitivity.
MATILDA WNEK gets happy about a play that is as well performed as it is crafted.
MAX UPTON pays tribute to the Footlights graduands, standing up for the possibility of a 5-star smoker.
The high intensity of this faintly simian production makes ABI BENNETT cry. In a good way.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG honours the worthiest shows and thespians of Lent 2011, as voted by you. We’ve even got a new curtain.
ANNA SHEINMAN has a laugh, with caveats.
LOUISE RIPLEY-DUGGAN: ‘Go and see it if you’re up for a bit of a girly time – you know, laughing, crying that sort of thing – and you have two hours to kill. ‘