Audrey review: We're half a world away from Belfast and The Troubles, but the violence of David Ireland's play can feel scarily close to home.
Audrey review: Light on blood and violence, but this production’s sharp edges and slashing wit leave a lasting impression.
Audrey review: Queenie van de Zandt’s alter ego continues to develop in complexity and monstrousness - but she could go further.
Audrey review: What begins promisingly as a story about a man’s resistance to change devolves into sudsy small town melodrama.
Audrey review: Emme Hoy's tantalising new play revolves around a sinister experiment.
Audrey review: A cosy but threadbare homily on the power of music to transcend generations and foster a sense of community.
Audrey review: Bess Wohl's comedy speaks in the broken semaphore of six people trying to get along.
Audrey review: Franz Kafka meets The Office in UK writer Tom Basden’s black comic transposition of The Trial to modern day Britain.