Unicorn Theatre at Unicorn Theatre
Philip's Top 5
Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.
The Alternative Top 5
Soho Theatre, and Malthouse Theatre at Soho Theatre
Clod Ensemble at Weston Studio, Wales Millennium Centre
Townsend Theatre Productions in association with Tara Theatre, Harrogate Theatre, Unite the union, GMB, The Place Bedford and Ruskin College Oxford at Tara Theatre
Sheffield Theatres at Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue
Royal Court Theatre Upstairs
MuzArts Moscow at London Coliseum
Tooth+Nail Theatre Company in partnership with CaroleW Productions at Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle
Rambert at Sadler's Wells Theatre
Octagon Theatre Bolton at Octagon Theatre Bolton
Katy Lipson for Aria Productions at Hope Mill Theatre
Theatre Lab Company at Tabard Theatre
Kunstz, KVS, and Richard Jordan Productions with Theatre Royal Plymouth in association with Big in Belgium and Summerhall at The Drum, Theatre Royal Plymouth
David Ball Productions and Redwright Productions at The Jack Studio Theatre
Opera North at The Lowry
Third Way Productions at Tristan Bates Theatre
Reallife Theatre Company at 53two
Opera North at The Lowry
Wales Millennium Centre, Cape Town Opera at Wales Millennium Centre
Actors Touring Company at Young Vic Theatre
Out of Joint, Octagon Theatre and the Royal Court at York Theatre Royal
Michael Rose for Elf The Musical Ltd in association with Bord Cais Energy Theatre (a Theatre Royal Plymouth production) at The Lyric, Theatre Royal Plymouth
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