Anne McElvoy

Anne McElvoy

James Graham catches the atmosphere of Sixties tabloid jounalism in his new play about Murdoch’s Sun

The National Theatre’s new play about Enclosure is a dud, unlike On The Town in Regent’s Park

Jez Butterworth pulls off a first at the Royal Court — a play that doesn’t blame Mrs Thatcher for everything

The memoir of the National Theatre’s former artistic director is absorbing, insouciant and amusing

Daniel Radcliffe puts Potter behind him as Rosencrantz in the Old Vic’s revival of a youthful masterpiece

A new play charting the SDP’s attempt to reshape UK politics is, fittingly, all talk and little action

A movie star’s Broadway outing in Stephen Sondheim’s musical revival attains pointillist perfection

Harriet Walter as Prospero and Glenda Jackson as Lear redress Shakespeare’s gender imbalance

From the Easter Rising in Dublin to Lenin and Joyce in Zurich, revolution is a gift to the dramatist

The director Polly Findlay shows once again her ability to invest a classic play with a modern sensibility