[Note that long-running shows may have had cast changes since our review was written.]
ALBION - Almeida Theatre. Portrait of obsessed woman and metaphor for English sentimentality.
BAD ROADS - Royal Court Theatre. Women in wartime.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Old Vic Theatre. Dickens for the holidays.
THE EXORCIST - Phoenix Theatre. Stage version of classic devil-possession movie.
GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS - Playhouse Theatre. David Mamet on desperate land salesmen.
GOATS - Royal Court Theatre. Syrian drama of a village in wartime.
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, PARTS ONE AND TWO - Palace Theatre. New adventures of the boy wizard as an adult, in two full-length plays.
HEISENBERG - THE UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE - Wyndham's Theatre. Romantic comedy formula adjusted for older characters.
INK - Duke of York's Theatre. Play about the birth of modern tabloid journalism transfers from the Almeida.
THE MOUSETRAP - St Martin's Theatre. Agatha Christie's whodunit is now in its 65th year.
NETWORK - Lyttelton Theatre. Stage version of film about mad newsreader.
OSLO - Harold Pinter Theatre. How secret meetings in Norway almost brought Middle East peace
THE WOMAN IN BLACK - Fortune Theatre. Long-running adaptation of Susan Hill's ghost story.
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