Theatre: London and New York reviews update

Our latest musicOMH theatre update features lots of lovely things for you on this damp April afternoon, including: 

  • Vanishing Point's enthralling Interiors at the Lyric  
  • The Gate stages the UK premiere of Juan Mayorga's Nocturnal
  • Forced Entertainment marks their 25th anniversary with Void Story at Soho Theatre 
  • A revival of Michael Frayn's Alphabetical Order at Hampstead Theatre 
  • A glitzy but predictable showcase for Strictly Come Dancing's Anton de Berg and Erin Boag in Cheek to Cheek at the Coliseum 
  • Improbable's latest show, Panic, at the Barbican's Pit Theatre 
  • Steven Fechter's The Woodsman receives its European premiere at the Old Red Lion
  • Matthew Kelly stars in Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Trafalgar Studios
  • Phil Willmott stages Arthur Wing Pinero's First World War fable, Country Magic, at the Finborough
  • Birmingham Royal Ballet perform Sylvia at the Coliseum
  • Rufus Norris directs Wole Soyinka's Death and The King's Horseman at the National
  • In New York, productions of Joe Turner's Come and Gone and Next to Normal open on Broadway
  • We also report on the New York readings of Caryl Churchill's controversial short play Seven Jewish Children
Next time: the Globe kicks off its new season with Romeo and Juliet and the Stewart/McKellen Waiting For Godot opens in London. Plus all the latest openings in London and New York. 

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Natasha Tripney 
Theatre Editor

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