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Alison Reid (Ross), Ferdy Roberts (Macbeth) and Alan Pagan (Musician) in Filter Theatre's Macbeth

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The Vaults, Leake Street, London

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Jessica Walker as Ziggy in Unborn in America

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The score is devoid of structure, the libretto of wit and the direction ditto

James McAvoy in The Ruling Class

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Peeping Tom: 32 rue Vandenbranden

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Zubin Varla as Dara

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The play's examination of Islam feels topical

Onegin at the Royal Opera House

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Cranko offers clear storytelling, but there’s a lack of depth to his production

Hattie Morahan leads the cast of 'The Changeling'

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The staging means the feverish pace the plot needs to carry it can evaporate

The Royal Shakespeare company's Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer, RSC Swan, Stratford upon Avon - review: Immaculately acted

An absorbing and strangely gripping evening

Bad Jews, St James Theatre: witty, acerbic family drama is outrageously fun

Joshua Harmon's big themes emerge thoughtfully

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The Changeling, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse: Hattie Morahan stars in Jacobean tragedy

Dominic Dromgoole's production finds black comedy in a grisly plot of murder, adultery and deceit

Caroline Horton in Islands at The Bush Theatre

Islands, Bush Theatre - review: Crude, rude, but not especially funny

The sniggering toilet humour feels inadequate for sending up this powerful breed of tax evaders

Tobias Menzies in ‘The Fever’

The Fever, May Fair Hotel, review: Guilty pleasures in a long dark night of the soul

More reminiscent of 'King Lear' than a Marxist sermon

Mike Bartlett's Bull at the Young Vic

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Mike Bartlett's play about office politics and bullying turns into a sickening ritual of slaughter

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