BETH GREAVES thought this ambitious production got lost somewhere, becoming pretentious instead of profound.
HANNAH MIRSKY recommends this occasionally smug but always charming production of Roald Dahl’s great tale.
What happens when you cross strong performances with an unadventurous premise? JAKE ARNOTT finds out.
KIERAN CORCORAN has gotten theatrical diabetes from the end-of-term musical.
It’s OK to be gay, but Culture Editor JOE BATES finds a gay play which is refreshingly about a lot more than just that.