FringeReview UK 2019
This is a superb revival; its tinted mirror keeps burnishing.
This has to be the smartest debut from this venue since Jessica Swales’ Bluestockings: no wonder the playscripts sold out early.
Absorbing. A must-see.
Convinces you All My Sons is even greater than we know.
It’s still revolutionary.
A first-rate revival
Heartwarming. It has the brash conviction of it origins, out and proud of it.
Thoroughly absorbing, full of walking shadows who throw vivid questions.
With Angela Smith’s phrase ringing in our ears, there’s not going to be a better play anywhere that answers it. Do see it.
Still masterly, and in this rare revival, a must-see.
They deliver, in Costa Blanca spades.
You must see this.
We’re unlikely to see a better production of this still rarely-performed disturber of ourselves.
Devastating drama about the DNA of bigotry; and it all starts in surreal farce.
A masterly, unsettling play that in this production never puts a foot wrong. And wrong-foots us all.
A flinty lesson, not to be missed.
Riveting must-see revival of Mamet's breakthrough play
A soaring remix of how the play settles a succession on congealed blood.
The triumph of this newly-energized production is bringing the darker Falstaff to a diverse audience
The enormous energy Sarah Amankwah brings proclaims greatness in the making
Compelling dissection of what hampers the mindset of our main progressive party.
It’s a quiet heartbreaker, with stoicism and love the only answers. Do see it.
Maud Dromgoole’s proved more than adroit, skilful, and deliciously risk-taking. A must-see.
A must-see cry for love and tolerance
A superb revival.
Anything Zoe Cooper writes now must be keenly anticipated.
A searing arc of a drama based on true events
Unsettling enough to avoid instant classic status, but outliving many that court it. A superb revival.
A savage anointing, a revelatory reading.
A searingly precise essay on the corruption of entitlement.
Rotterdam’s an outstanding play about sexual identity, choices, and above all what it means to transition.
Terrific revival goes at the speed of twilight
A superb ensemble piece. Of all dramas on these interesting times in America, it’s the one truly necessary.
A reboot for the future, a passport for change.
A searing new talent.
No wonder this play’s just extended its run. Don’t even read this before you try booking.
It’s a powerful beat.
Prepare to be Tartuffed.
It’s imperative to see this production.
Unmissable in this – er, newly enhanced production.
A bewitching mix of deconstructive magic and fabulous therapy, it’s above all Grace Molony who brushes distinction into this already distinctive production.
Sleep as well as you can. The house won’t.
A groundbreaking production. Even outside its unique terms it’s outstanding.
The most cogent, most fun at the Globe this year.
An outstanding production, rescuing a classic from attic shadows.
If you care for grippingly argued, passionate theatre, you must see this.
Highlight how good the play is just where we’re not looking for it
This absorbing production keeps growing in the mind, like to take root.
It doesn’t get much better than this.
This cast’s exemplary dedication deserves watching for their sheer performative belief.
An outstanding revival.
The finest new play from the Court this year, gleaming and deadly