Wholly Unnecessary: SEX WITH STRANGERS at the Hampstead Theatre

I don't remember the last time that I saw a play as painfully unnecessary as Sex With Strangers at the Hampstead Theatre. The show was so pointless that it crossed my mind several times throughout the performance: "what is the point in this?" Not only is the dialogue cliched and cringe-worthy, but the story is too in a plot that goes from drab to dry at the speed of paint drying. Why write this?

Review: Cherry Jones in Tennessee Williams's THE GLASS MENAGERIE at the Duke of York's

The classic Tennessee Williams play The Glass Menagerie is in my top three favourite plays of all time, so the news of this landmark revival - helmed by John Tiffany - would finally transfer across the pond to London this year, I was elated. While it is one of my favourite plays of all time, I have never been able to see a professionally staged production before, and this was a perfect first.

Review: Caryl Churchill's ESCAPED ALONE at the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, Royal Court

Caryl Churchill is undeniably one of the greatest playwrights of our time, right up there with the likes of David Hare and Tony Kushner. However, what Churchill does so perfectly in comparison is that she manages to give a beautifully ironic and dark twist to relevant and topical situations in a completely unexpected and original way; Escaped Alone is a brilliant example of that.

Review: THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME, UK Tour at the Aylesbury Waterside

I've seen The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time three times now and each and every time, I am still amazed at how beautiful the piece is and how original their way of storytelling comes across. The story is unique and the show as a whole is visually stunning and considering it's such a small and easy show to take around, it transfers onto a regional stage perfectly as well.