[Note that long-running shows may have had cast changes since our review was written.]
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Olivier Theatre. Shakespeare, with Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Old Vic Theatre. Return of 2017 version, with some cast changes.
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME - PicadillyTheatre. Staging of novel about autistic boy's adventure.
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.
HOLE - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Women's mistreatment and anger.
I'M NOT RUNNING - Lyttelton Theatre. David Hare play about politics and friendship.
THE INHERITANCE - Noel Coward Theatre. Two-part drama of gay life today.
JULIE - Lyttelton Theatre. Polly Stenham's modern adaptation of Miss Julie.
THE MOUSETRAP - St Martin's Theatre. Agatha Christie's whodunit is now in its 66th year.
NINE NIGHT - Trafalgar Studios. Mourning, Caribbean-style.
ROMEO AND JULIET - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company.
SUMMER AND SMOKE - Duke of York's Theatre. Tennessee Williams on the soul and the body; transfer from Almeida Theatre.
THE TELL-TALE HEART - Dorfman Theatre. Modern adaptation of Poe tale.
TRUE WEST - Vaudeville Theatre. Sam Shepard drama of feuding brothers.
WAR HORSE - Lyttelton Theatre. Staging of children's book about WW1.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK - Fortune Theatre. Long-running adaptation of Susan Hill's ghost story.
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