[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.
APOLOGIA - Trafalgar Studios. Did 1960s activist neglect her family while saving the world?
B - Royal Court Theatre. Chilean drama of would-be terrorists
BEGINNING - Dorfman Theatre. Couple meet-cute.
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.
JANE EYRE - Lyttelton Theatre. Bronte novel dramatised in Bristol Old Vic production first seen here in 2015.
THE LADY FROM THE SEA - Donmar Theatre. Ibsen on the need to see each other clearly
LE GRAND MORT - Trafalgar Studio 2. Dinner for two filled with talk of sex and death.
THE MOUSETRAP - St Martin's Theatre. Agatha Christie's whodunit is now in its 65th year.
OSLO - Harold Pinter Theatre. How secret meetings in Norway almost brought Middle East peace
SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON - Olivier Theatre. The eternal battle between good and evil
VENUS IN FUR - Haymarket Theatre. Rehearsing actors lose themselves in their roles.
VICTORY CONDITION - Royal Court Theatre. Isolated characters reach for connection
THE WOMAN IN BLACK - Fortune Theatre. Long-running adaptation of Susan Hill's ghost story.
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