Minerva, Chichester Festival Theatre
© Richard Hubert Smith
As if an addendum to all the WW1 remembrances of last year, Chichester Festival Theatre’s shrewd revival of W Somerset Maugham’s For Services Rendered not only adds a rider to those war years but sounds a remarkably apt note for our own times. Continue reading
Donmar Warehouse, London
© Johan Persson
Well, this isn’t at all what I was expecting from Steve Waters whose The Contingency Plan about global warming remains one of the most cogent and dramatically realised responses to environmental issues. Continue reading
3 Winters (Lyttelton Theatre, National Theatre), London.
© Ellie Kurtz
For most of us, Croatia is a little known quantity other than its involvement as part of the bloodiest, most destructive war on European soil since World War Two. Tena Štivičić though has made something memorably epic and personal in her new play that covers three generations in Zagreb over a period of seventy years.