If Shakespeare had the vision of Nostradamus, he may well have foreseen The Merry Wives
It’s always a treat to see a David Williamson play. But with Nearer the Gods,
It’s astonishing to think that Bob Dylan unwittingly worked on creating the music and lyrics
The main event which steers the story in The Lovely Bones is horrific and spine-chilling.
Whoever coined the phrase “the more things change, the more things stay the same” may
E M Forster’s A Passage to India is a mighty epic tale set in the
“There’s nothing original about the skeleton of Honour, the play” says its writer Joanna Murray-Smith.
It’s not often that a dramatic play comes along that so generously pays out the
Man, was David Mamet angry or what when he wrote Glengarry Glen Ross? From the
We have all had to wait a long time, but surprise, surprise, a new play