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WAITING AT THE WATER'S EDGE (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 8 January, 1993)

WAITING FOR GODOT in BELFAST FESTIVAL 1 (1999)

WAITING FOR GODOT (Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London SW1; opened 6 May, 2009) in PROMPT CORNER 09/2009

WAITING FOR GODOT (Theatre Royal Haymarket, London SW1; opened 27 January, 2010)

WAITING FOR STOPPARD (Southwark Playhouse, London SE1; opened 1 November, 1995)

WAITING FOR THE PSYCHIC (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 20 May, 1991)

WAIT UNTIL DARK (Garrick Theatre, London WC2; opened 15 October, 2003)

THE WAKE (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

THE WAKE (Bush Theatre, W12; opened 18 October, 1990)

WAKE UP [STEVE HUGHES] in EDINBURGH COLUMN 2 (2005) (Underbelly Caves, Edinburgh; August, 2005)

ROY WALKER: GOODBYE, MR CHIPS in EDINBURGH COLUMN 3 (Assembly @ George Street, Edinburgh; August, 2008)

WALK HARD – TALK LOUD (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 28 November, 2005)

WALKING ON STICKS (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1992)

A WALK IN THE WOODS (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 17 October, 2011)

WALLACE AND GROMIT ALIVE ON STAGE IN A GRAND NIGHT OUT (Peacock Theatre, London WC2; opened 25 November, 1997)

WALLENSTEIN (Minerva Studio, Chichester; opened 29 May, 2009)

THE WALLS (Royal National Theatre [Cottesloe], London SE1; opened 14 March, 2001)

THE WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS (Minerva Studio, Chichester; opened 21 June, 2007)

THE WALWORTH FARCE in EDINBURGH COLUMN 1 (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2007)

THE WALWORTH FARCE (Cottesloe Theatre, London SE1; opened 24 September, 2008) in PROMPT CORNER 20/2008

WANTED (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

WANTED MAN (Scotsman Assembly, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

WAR AND PEACE (Touring; seen at Nottingham Playhouse; opened 7 February, 2008)

THE WAR BOYS (Finborough Theatre, London SW10; opened 8 February, 1993)

WARM TO MY WINNING SMILE [OMID DJALILI] (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

WARM TO MY WINNING SMILE [OMID DJALILI] in EDINBURGH FRINGE 2: COMEDY

THE WARP (Three Mills Island, London E3; May 24-25, 1997)

THE WARP (Albany Theatre, London SE8; 28-29 March, 1998)

THE WARP (Albany Theatre, London SE8; 2-3 May, 1998)

WARTS AND ALL (Watermill Theatre, Bagnor, nr. Newbury; opened 19 February, 1996)

GENO WASHINGTON in EDINBURGH FRINGE 2 (1996)

THE WASP FACTORY (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 24 April, 1997)

WASTE (Almeida Theatre, London N1; opened 2 October, 2008) in PROMPT CORNER 20/2008

WASTWATER (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 5 April, 2011)

WATCHING FOR DOLPHINS (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 14 November, 1991)

WATER presented with WINE IN THE WILDERNESS

THE WATER BABIES (Festival Theatre, Chichester; opened 17 July, 2003)

WATER MUSIC (Cockpit Theatre, London NW8; opened 21 September, 1992)

WATERFALL (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 12 April, 1995)

THE WATERY PART OF THE WORLD (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 27 June, 2003)

MARK WATSON: 2005 YEARS IN 2005 MINUTES – MARK WATSON EXPLAINS THE WORLD SINCE CHRIST (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh; 15–16 August, 2005)

MARK WATSON (Pleasance Courtyard) in EDINBURGH FRINGE COLUMN 4 (2006)

WATT in DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL (Gate Theatre, Dublin; October, 2010)

RUBY WAX: STRESSED (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 14 November, 2000)

THE WAY OF THE WORLD (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond; opened 5 March, 1999)

THE WAY OF THE WORLD (Manchester Royal Exchange; opened 25 April, 2000)

WAY TO HEAVEN (Royal Court Upstairs, London SW1; opened 20 June, 2005)

WAY UPSTREAM (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough; opened 22 October, 2003)

WEAPONS OF HAPPINESS (Finborough Theatre, London SW10; opened 1 February, 2008)

WE ARE THREE SISTERS (Viaduct Theatre, Halifax and touring; opened 13 September, 2011)

THE WEATHER / BEAR HUG (Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court, London SW1; opened 8 October, 2004)

THE WEDDING in CHEKHOV DOUBLE BILL

THE WEDDING COMMUNITY PLAY in BELFAST FESTIVAL 2 (1999)

A WEDDING STORY (Soho Theatre + Writers' Centre, London W1; opened 18 January, 2001)

WEEKEND BREAKS (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 19 January, 1998)

THE WEEPERS (Zoo Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2008)

WE HAPPY FEW (Gielgud Theatre¸ London W1; opened 2 July, 2004)

WE HAPPY FEW in PROMPT CORNER 14/2004

THE WEIR (Royal Court Theatre Downstairs at the Duke Of York's Theatre, London WC2; press night for new cast 29 September, 1999)

THE WEIRD SISTERS: LOVEPLAY (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

WELCOME TO THEBES (Olivier Theatre, London SE1; opened 22 June, 2010)

WELL (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 30 December, 2008)

THE WELL BEING (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 10 April, 2002)

WE NEED ANSWERS in EDINBURGH COLUMN 3 (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh; August, 2008)

THE WESTBRIDGE (Bussey Building, London SE15; opened 8 November, 2011)

THE WEXFORD TRILOGY: A Handful Of Stars/Poor Beast In The Rain/Belfry (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 6-19 November, 1992)

THE WEXFORD TRILOGY: A Handful Of Stars/Poor Beast In The Rain/Belfry (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 10 December, 2000)

"WHAT A SHOW!" [TOMMY STEELE] (Prince Of Wales Theatre, London W1; opened 9 October, 1995)

WHAT I HEARD ABOUT IRAQ (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh; August, 2006)

WHAT REMAINS in EDINBURGH FRINGE: TRAVERSE OPENINGS (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2011)

WHAT'S THE TIME, MR LION? [JEREMY LION] in EDINBURGH FRINGE COMEDY (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh; August, 2005)

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW (Hampstead Theatre, London NW3; opened 21 July, 2005)

WHAT WE DID TO WEINSTEIN (Menier Chocolate Factory, London SE1; opened 26 September, 2005)

THE WHEEL in EDINBURGH FRINGE: TRAVERSE OPENINGS 2 (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2011)

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY (Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London SW1; opened 20 February, 2004)

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY (Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London SW1; new cast opened 15 June, 2004)

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY (Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London SW1; new cast opened 15 June, 2004) in PROMPT CORNER 12/2004

WHEN SHE DANCED (Globe Theatre, London W1; opened 6 August, 1991)

WHEN THE BULBUL STOPPED SINGING / SISTERS, SUCH DEVOTED SISTERS (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2004)

WHEN THE NIGHT BEGINS (Hampstead Theatre, London NW3; opened 11 March, 2004) in PROMPT CORNER 06/2004

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED (Chichester Festival Theatre; opened 30 July, 1996)

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED (Garrick Theatre, London WC2; opened 27 October, 2010)

WHEN YOU CURE ME (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 18 November, 2005)

WHERE'S MY SEAT? (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 16 June, 2011)

WHILE YOU LIE in EDINBURGH COLUMN 1 (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2010)

WHIPPING IT UP (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 10 November, 2006) in PROMPT CORNER 23/2006

WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND (Palace Theatre, London W1; opened 27 March, 2006)

WHISTLING PSYCHE (Almeida Theatre, London N1; opened 12 May, 2004) in PROMPT CORNER 10/2004

WHITE CABIN (Purcell Room, London SE1; opened 14 January, 2004)

THE WHITE DEVIL (The Pit, London EC2; opened 7 January, 1997)

THE WHITE GUARD (Lyttelton Theatre, London SE1; opened 23 March, 2010)

THE WHITEHEADED BOY (Greenwich Theatre, London SE10/touring; opened 14 July, 1998)

BILLIE WHITELAW: AN EVENING WITH SAMUEL BECKETT (Queen Elizabeth Hall, London SE1; 27 June, 1999)

WHITE MEN WITH WEAPONS (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

WHITE OPEN SPACES (Soho Theatre + Writers' Centre, London W1; opened 28 September, 2006)

WHITE RABBIT, RED RABBIT in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (St George's West, Edinburgh; August, 2011)

WHITE WOMAN [REGINALD D. HUNTER] in EDINBURGH FRINGE 6 (2003)

WHITTINGTON JUNIOR AND HIS SENSATION CAT (Players' Theatre, London WC2; opened 11 December, 1998)

WHO IS BOBBY LOPEZ (C Cubed, Edinburgh; August, 2002)

WHO GOES THERE? (Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton; opened 8 May, 2001)

WHOREDOM in EDINBURGH FRINGE THEATRE 2 (1999)

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (Almeida Theatre, London N1; opened 25 September, 1996)

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 31 January, 2006) in PROMPT CORNER 03/2006

WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? (Comedy Theatre, London SW1; opened 25 January, 2005)

WHO’S THE DADDY? (King’s Head Theatre, London N1; opened 25 July, 2005)

WHY THE WHALES CAME (Comedy Theatre, London SW1; opened 11 December, 2003)

WICKED (Apollo Victoria, London SW1; opened 27 September, 2006) in PROMPT CORNER 20/2006

WIDOWERS' HOUSES in GLASGOW CITIZENS MARCH OPENINGS (1997)

WIDOWERS' HOUSES (Christ's Hospital School, Horsham/touring; opened 13 October, 1999)

WIDOWS (Cambridge Arts Theatre/touring; opened 8 March, 1997)

WIG OUT! (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 28 November, 2008) in PROMPT CORNER 24/2008

THE WILD BRIDE (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 12 September, 2011)

WILD EAST (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 1 February, 2005)

WILD ORCHIDS (Festival Theatre, Chichester; opened 5 June, 2002)

ROBERT WILSON in BELFAST FESTIVAL 2 (1998)

THE WIND-UP BIRD CHRONICLE (King's Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2011)

WINE IN THE WILDERNESS/WATER (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 16 October, 2000)

WINK THE OTHER EYE (Wilton's Music Hall, London E1; opened 21 July, 2008)

WINNER TAKES ALL (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond; opened 21 January, 2000)

THE WINSLOW BOY (Chichester Festival Theatre; opened 12 June, 2001)

THE WINTERLING (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 9 March, 2996) in PROMPT CORNER 05/2006

THE WINTER'S TALE (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 2 April, 1992)

THE WINTER'S TALE (Theatre Royal, Brighton/touring; opened 5 May, 1999)

THE WINTER'S TALE (Southwark Playhouse, London SE1; opened 29 June, 2000)

THE WINTER'S TALE (Olivier Theatre, London SE1; opened 23 May, 2001)

THE WINTER’S TALE (Shakespeare’s Globe, London SE1; opened 15 June, 2005)

THE WINTER'S TALE (Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon; opened 15 November, 2006)

THE WINTER'S TALE in CRAIOVA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (Craiova, Romania; April, 2006)

THE WINTER'S TALE (Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon; opened 9 April, 2009)

THE WINTER'S TALE (The Old Vic, London SE1; opened 9 June, 2009)

WIPING MY MOTHER'S ARSE (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2001)

WISHBONES (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 13 June, 1997)

THE WITCHES (Wyndham's Theatre, London WC2; opened 9 March, 2005)

WITHOUT YOU I'M NOTHING (Leicester Square Theatre, London W1; opened 26 May, 2009)

THE WIZARD OF OZ (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 11 March, 2002)

THE WOMAN BEFORE (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 17 May, 2005) in PROMPT CORNER 10/2005

THE WOMAN HATER (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond; opened 21 December, 2007)

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (Fortune Theatre, London WC2; opened 15 February, 1989 (Strand Theatre, London WC2) – reviewed December, 1991)

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (Fortune Theatre, London WC2; opened 15 February, 1989 (Strand Theatre, London WC2) – reviewed October, 2000)

THE WOMAN IN WHITE (Palace Theatre, London WC2; opened 15 September, 2004) in PROMPT CORNER 19/2004

THE WOMAN IN WHITE (Palace Theatre, London W1; new cast opened 7 October, 2005)

A WOMAN IS A WEATHERCOCK (Pentameters Theatre, London NW3; opened 19 February, 1992)

WOMAN OF FLOWERS, BLODEUWEDD (Touring/Lilian Baylis Theatre, London EC1; opened 23 November, 1992)

A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (Barbican Theatre, London EC2; opened 2 October, 1991)

A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (Leicester Haymarket; opened 1 May, 1997)

THE WOMAN OF OUR DREAMS in BELFAST FESTIVAL (2000)

THE WOMAN WHO COOKED HER HUSBAND (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London SW1; opened 5 December, 1991)

THE WOMAN WHO COOKED HER HUSBAND (New Ambassadors Theatre, London WC2; opened 16 September, 2002)

WOMAN WIZARD [ROBERT LLEWELLYN] (Scotsman Assembly, Edinburgh; August, 2002)

WOMEN LAUGHING (Palace Theatre, Watford; opened 8 October, 1996)

WOMEN OF TROY (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 19 July, 1991)

WOMEN OF TROY (Lyttelton Theatre, London SE1; opened 28 November, 2007)

WOMEN OF TROY: 2099 in EDINBURGH FRINGE THEATRE/COMEDY 3 (1999)

WOMEN ON THE VERGER (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 26 June, 2000)

WOMEN, POWER & POLITICS (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 11 June, 2010) in PROMPT CORNER 12/2010

WONDERFUL TENNESSEE (Nottingham Playhouse; opened 6 June, 2000)

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISSOCIA (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh; opened 1 September, 2004)

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISSOCIA (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 30 March, 2007) in PROMPT CORNER 07/2007

WONDERMART in EDINBURGH COLUMN 5 (Forest Fringe, Edinburgh; August, 2009)

THE WONDER OF SEX (Royal National Theatre [Lyttelton], London SE1; opened 19 December, 2001)

WONDROUS FLITTING in EDINBURGH FRINGE: TRAVERSE OPENINGS (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2011)

FRANK WOODLEY: POSSESSED (Assembly @ George Street, Edinburgh; August, 2008)

SIMON WOODROFFE: HOW I GOT MY YO! in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (2004)

WOODY SEZ (Arts Theatre, London WC2; opened 18 January, 2011)

WORDS FROM THE WORLD'S END (Theatre Zoo, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

WORKSHOP NEGATIVE (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1991)

THE WORLD GOES 'ROUND (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 6 December, 1995)

WORLD MUSIC (Donmar Warehouse, London WC2; opened 16 February, 2004) in PROMPT CORNER 04/2004

THE WORLD’S BIGGEST DIAMOND (Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court, London SW1; opened 2 November, 2005)

THE WORLD’S BIGGEST DIAMOND (Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court, London SW1; opened 2 November, 2005) in PROMPT CORNER 22/2005

THE WORLD'S WIFE (Trafalgar Studio 2, London SW1; opened 13 January, 2010)

WORMWOOD [THE RESIDENTS] (The Forum, London NW5; 19 July, 1999)

WOULD LIKE TO MEET (Barbican Centre, London EC2; opened 26 April, 2010)

WOUNDS TO THE FACE (Stella Artois Assembly, Edinburgh; opened 17 August, 1997)

WOYZECK (Barbican Theatre, London EC2; opened 12 October, 2005)

WOYZECK (Queen Elizabeth Hall, London SE1; opened 24 January, 2008)

WRECKS (Bush Theatre, London W11; opened 13 February, 2009)

WRECK THE AIRLINE BARRIER in EDINBURGH FRINGE THEATRE/COMEDY 3 (1999)

WRITTEN ON THE HEART (Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon; opened 7 November, 2011)

THE WRONG MAN (Pleasance, London N7; opened 15 March, 2005)  

WUTHERING HEIGHTS (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 30 April, 2009)


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