In no particular order:
1. The Ruling Class, Trafalgar Studios - brilliantly bonkers and I'll never forget James McAvoy riding a unicycle around the stage wearing just a pair of white y-fronts.
2. peddling, Arcola - Harry Melling's debut as a playwright channelled Beckett and Ridley and boy did he work the small cube performance space. (I've compiled a full list of my favourite fringe plays.)
3. Measure For Measure, Barbican - A Cheek By Jowl production with Russian actors performing in Russian that took me prisoner and I've still not got over it.
4. The Motherf**ker With The Hat, National Theatre - And so begins an obsession with Stephen Adly Guirgis' plays.
5. Waiting For Godot, Barbican - This Sydney Theatre production starring Hugo Weaving poked fun at the audience, it was bleak, tragic, warm and very entertaining.
6. Oreisteia, Almeida - Epic Greek tragedy turned into a gripping family drama.
7. The Jew of Malta, Swan Theatre - Wasn't sure what I was expecting but it wasn't this fantastically gruesome and funny play.