Haunting and Unique: National Theatre / Bristol Old Vic's JANE EYRE at the Aylesbury Waterside, UK Tour

I missed the Bristol Old Vic production of Jane Eyre when it was at the National Theatre last year - very unfortunately so - and I heard nothing but rave reviews of it. So I was delighted to see that not only was the magical show returning, but that it was also heading out on tour as well so everyone across the country could witness it. And may I say that it was everything that I expected and more.

Absolute Perfection: Imelda Staunton in Albee's WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? at the Harold Pinter

I first discovered Edward Albee's 1962 Tony Award-winning masterpiece when I was 12 years old after I saw a copy of the text at a car boot sale and bought it for 5p. The copy was annotated heavily and I read every word and annotation like a priest would read his Bible and from that moment, I fell deeply and madly in love with the magic of this stunning play.

Review: Tamsin Grieg in TWELFTH NIGHT at the National Theatre, Olivier

I have a serious love/hate relationship with Shakespeare; I'm getting to the point now where I'm bored of seeing his plays crop up in similar and tedious revivals across town every season, so when this new production of the play - with a cast led by Tamsin Grieg as Malvolia - came to my attention at the NT new season announcement last year, my curiosity peaked.