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Lorca's masterpiece transported and updated to present day London, but retaining its power to shock as it lays bare the souls of men and women.
Moliere's farce updated for the 21st century and set within a family from Birmingham, with Pakistani heritage and plenty of issues.
BWW talks to Sarah Crabtree and Emma Southworth about the Royal Opera House's Open Up Project and the new season at the Linbury Theatre.
The Seagull gathers a fine cast, but fails to get to the heart of Chekhov's masterpiece, compromising characters and burying its theatrical elements in intrusive cinematic flourishes.
A spectacular re-imaging of Shakespeare's tale of mistaken identities, cross-dressing and cruelty time-traveled to a speakeasy populated by extraordinary actor-musicians.
Sharon Small talks about her role as Alice in Still Alice and its impact on the dementia community and wider audiences.
This version of the life of Hamilton - not that one, Hamilton Lewis - is a lot of fun for anyone in that crossover in the venn diagram for fans of Formula One and Musical Theatre. And, fortu…
Hobson's Choice is given a late 50s makeover in this fine revival of a play the themes of which remain as relevant today as ever they were.
A show that bursts with great tunes, witty lyrics and fine singing that puts the six wives of Henry VIII back into the narrative - and about time too.
Caterpillar takes us to a seaside town guesthouse within which three dysfunctional people circle each other, troubled and needy.
Come down to the Southbank for a little circus, a little cabaret and a little naughty banter with the singer, the tumblers and the fire breathing woman.
Pericles shows our nation what our nation is - a tremendous achievement by the National Theatre's Public Acts movement and a gamechanger for the concept of outreach.
Christopher Marlowe's tale of relentless, ruthless ambition has a Game of Thrones vibe and a distressingly familiar topicality
Charity Wakefield, currently appearing in Morgan Lloyd Malcolm's all-female Emilia, is the first woman to play William Shakespeare on the Globe stage.
What larks Maybe not for the purists nor for anyone looking for a Chekhovian analysis of the human condition, but a guilty pleasure full the laughs.
BWW talks to Priyanga Burford about The Winter's Tale currently at The Globe, the forthcoming BBC series, Press, and the differences between acting for stage and screen
BroadwayWorld has spoken to Pericles director Emily Lim,writer Chris Bushand composer Jim Fortune. Now, we hear from community members Sue and Rehma. Sue is a staff member at one of the Nati…
A demanding, but rewarding, production of Britten's opera about ancient Rome, with plenty of lessons for today.
The Simon and Garfunkel Story is a loving tribute to the multi-platinum selling 60s dup that suffers a little from presentational issues.
The tragic story of a student resistance group in wartime Munich told with skill and commitment by a talented cast.
Jukebox musical that should have stayed in the pub.
David Haig, whose extensive acting career encompasses stage and screen, is currently starring inPressureat the Ambassadors Theatre - a play that he also wrote.
A strange show about the strange relationship between a fake German count and his young, but dead, bride.
A show about Judy, Audrey and Marilyn including songs by the gifted Beth Burrows - but does it tell us anything new
Miss Littlewood pays tribute to a pioneer of British theatre whose work either side of the Second World War did more for what is called outreach these days, than any other figure before or s…
Courtroom drama set on the Western Front that doesn't convince in its script and staging but still presses the emotional buttons.
My Beautiful Circus brings a traditional entertainment to the village green but delivers it with 21st century savvy and morals.
As You Like It - wit, wisdom and flaws - done in the squares of London on beautiful summer evenings, What's not to like
Britten's celebrated opera re-imagined for a summer evening pregnant with ill-resolved threat.
The 80s West End hit is revived by the actor-musicians of the graduating class of Guildford School of Acting in a production that never quite settles on a tone that fits 2018 audiences' sens…
Based on a true story, The Little Pony examines how two parents react to their child who clings to his pink backpack as the bullying, physical and psychological, piles up.