Local theatre productions and exhibitions.
The famous but now lost work by Eric Ravilious at Morley College is recalled in a major exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Ah, Wilderness! is humorous but curious in its modernity and ultimately lacks impact.
Deeply serious yet profoundly silly, this is quite unlike anything else you will see on stage.
Kristin Scott Thomas as Electra provides the Old Vic with a compelling and thoroughly memorable opening to its new season.
A confident, standout version of Streetcar.
A terrifying and entirely believable rendition of Miller's best known work.
Belarus Free Theatre has created a play which is all anger and no narrative.
One of Arthur Miller's greatest plays retains its power through the outstanding performance of the actor at the heart of its story.
A brutally honest, yet sensitive personal perspective on the war in Syria.
Other Desert Cities at The Old Vic is the first of a series of productions to offer a more intimate experience than the theatre's proscenium arch usually affords.
A play which comes loaded with history but fails to live up to expectations.
A perfectly staged version of Beckett's challenging work.
A show which is mesmerisingly beautiful and laugh-out-loud funny in equal measure.
It has taken almost twenty years for Mike Poulton's adaptation of Turgenev's tragi-comedy to reach London, having premiered at Chichester in 1996 and won Alan Bates an award on Broadway.
Unlike Rosa Parks or Little Rock, the Scottsboro Boys haven't entered the lexicon of pivotal moments in the American civil rights movement - at least not in the UK.