Audrey review: Thematically meaty and pertinent, Grounded questions the limits of military power and of the humans who must project it.
Audrey review: A touching play offers a rollercoaster ride of guilelessness, mental health and identity issues, and emerging sexuality.
Audrey review: A loner is drawn into a tailspin of obsession and grief and we can't help but follow.
Audrey review: A warm and wise hour of storytelling sends us back into the world counting our blessings.
Audrey review: Old material and shallow characters allows Spamalot to rise only so high.
Audrey review: A sleepwalker wakes to new possibilities in Daniela Giorgi's comic consideration of unsustainable city life.
Audrey review: Moliere's story of an old skinflint who loves his money more than his children acquires a glimmer of topicality.
Audrey review: A story about an alcoholic writer leaves us to imagine a tougher, more demanding play than the one that has emerged.