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Tom Stoppard's 1974 play Travesties gets its first professional London production for a couple of decades at the Chocolate Factory starring Tom Hollander as Henry Wilfred Carr who meets cele…
Jez Butterworth's epic successor to Jerusalem is set in a family in Northern Ireland among the troubles and has its West End transfer booked . .
The Lyric Hammersmith receives Duncan Macmillan's adaptation of Paul Auster's New york Trilogy with groundbreaking technological staging.
Melly Still's adaptation of Elena Ferrante's quartet of unputdownable novels about the life in Naples of two women friends . . . Read More -
Daniel Radcliffe is the big draw in the revival at the Old Vic of Tom Stoppard's comedy about the fated duo, side players in the Tragedy of Hamlet . . .
Robert Icke's Danish prince has all the media attention of modern royals with Andrew Scott once Moriarty upstaging the Sherlock incumbent . . .
Lizzie Borden's life and trial is the inspiration for this rock musical . . .
Action to the Word's production gives an all male cast of dancers the opportunity to interpret A Clockwork Orange .
Hampstead Theatre casts Emilia Fox and Christian Gray lookalike Theo James in this provocatively titled play about two writers with different approaches. .
hom Southerland gives a London launch to Maury Yeston's chamber musical version of a 1922 story set in Italy
anya Holt's delightful evening of received wisdom in the form of satirical song . . .
Roland Schimmelpfennig's play looks at sinister history intruding on modern life in a play named after the darkest day of the year. . . Read More -
For those with fond memories of Yasmina Reza's play Art, the original director Matthew Warchus stages a revival at his Old Vic starring Rufus Sewell. . .
It is always tempting to stage a version of a best selling novel and only rarely does it succeed but Matthew Spangler's version of Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner has both heart and verve.
Lucy Kirkwood's new play looks at the world after a nuclear power station disaster and the scientists who people it. James Macdonald directs Francesca Annis, Ron Cook and Deborah Findlay .
EV Crowe's new drama stitches us into an unexpected tapestry . . .
School of Rock comes to London with its talented teams of children playing their own instruments in this feel good family musical. . . . Read More -
Carrie Cracknell directs Ella Hickson's play about women through 200 years of dwindling resources. .
Despite being written by Noel Coward, the Master, Home Chat disappoints but then it disappointed him too .
In the intimate space that is pop up theatre Found 111 comes a play by Owen McCaffery about infidelity
Kenneth Branagh's last production of his season at The Garrick revives the play that broke Olivier's mould as a classical actor
The Park Theatre rediscovers a gem of a JB Priestley comedy with stand out performances from Bessie Carter and Hugh Sachs
As they launched Matilda six years ago, Tim Minchin and Matthew Warchus started planning another musical venture based on the movie Groundhog Day. .
Thom Southerland's insightful production of this musical rarity from Rodgers and Hammerstein gets its first London showing ever. .
Mike Dyer's Exposure - whilst not lacking collaborators lacks cohesion . . .
John Tiffany's startling production of the ninth story in the Harry Potter series charms fans and Muggles alike in the theatrical event of the year
Timothy Sheader's magnificent and vital production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1970s rock musical opens in Regent's Park . . . .
Fiasco Theatre's inventive actor musician production of Sondheim and Lapine's alternative fairy tale musical comes to London's Chocolate Factory . .
Terence Rattigan's erudite and sparklingly witty play comes back to the Orange Tree before touring. Unmissable! . .
Lyndsey Turner's production of Brian Friel's brilliant play Faith Healer has stand out performances from Stephen Dillane, Gina McKee and Ron Cook and a set of relaxing rain