Audrey review: Writer Debra Oswald is a natural when it comes to holding our attention and her pleasure in doing so is infectious.
Audrey review: British writer Laura Wade's warm satirical story of a couple's retreat into the past gets the polished production it deserves.
Audrey review: Tilted towards the comic mostly but still a gripping staging of Harold Pinter's simmering one-act study of assassins biding their time.
Audrey review: The Twins is nothing if not aware of the privilege inherent in two high profile middle-aged men occupying stage time and space with stories from their lives.
Audrey review: A comfort friendship between two young guys becomes a revealing study of male anxiety, loneliness and depression.
Audrey review: The staging is skimpy but Neil LaBute's play delivers its customary sting.
Audrey review: In Lope de Vega’s story of communal uprising against tyranny, women agitate for change and face the backlash.
Audrey review: The second and final week of the No: Intermission mini-festival delivers two tonally divergent plays.