WHERE? Barbican RUNTIME: 85 minutes (with no interval)
WHEN? 27/3, runs to 13/4/19
Cillian Murphy plays both a grieving husband and the crow who arrives to play havoc with the spirits of his family during this ambitious adaptation of an award-winning novel about love, loss and living.
Read on for reasons including why this reminds of the anarchic spirit of Glastonbury Festival
The effect of the Great Depression on America in the 1930s is a familiar theme running throughout the work of Arthur Miller and major revivals of his work are due at both the Old Vic, already currently staging The American Clock, and the Young Vic.
Read on for reasons including whether The Price is worth its 3 Olivier Award nominations
WHERE? Harold Pinter Theatre RUNTIME: 90 minutes (no interval)
WHEN? 8/3, opens 13/3, runs to 1/6/19 STOP PRESS: now extended to 8/6
A female voice sings a slowed-down and stripped back version of, we think, Depeche Mode’s Enjoy The Silence at several moments during this methodical revival and it’s the best in-joke of an understated evening.
Read on for reasons including how the audience is queuing around the block to see Tom Hiddleston at the stage door