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All Our Children will premiere at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre in April.
The South Bank venue will be transformed into an immersive venue.
Michael Mayer’s first major revival of the 1964 Broadway musical Funny Girl, premiered at the 150-seater Menier Chocolate Factory in London in
I’ve previously addressed the ongoing debate on the all-white casting of Half a Sixpence, in which I cited the show’s book writer
More a live rock concert for four spiky, spicy “rock chicks” than a fully-fledged musical, Lizzie is a raucous, noisy scream of
All Places That the Eye of Heaven Visits will be presented in April.
The play, first seen at the Royal Court in 1993, will open in April.
Benedict Andrews will direct the Young Vic production that will open at the Apollo Theatre in July.
Jukebox musicals – shows created out of the existing back catalogue of pop groups and performers – have been with us for
Nigel Harman, the original Lord Farquaad in the West End, will reprise his directorial duties for the new tour.
When I first interviewed Donna McKechnie nearly 30 years ago, she was starring in a London revival of Cole Porter’s 1950s Broadway
The cast will feature a set of young TV comedy actors.
Last week the news that Samuel French is shutting down its public retail shop hit the front page of The Stage. When
Theatre is a place of comfort and pleasure, but sometimes it is also a place where we go to be taken out
It is often said that the devil gets all the best tunes. In Luke Bateman and Michael Conley’s modest but accomplished new
“Find the rules you knew and break them, / Find the roads you knew, don’t take them,” goes a line in Dare,
The new rock musical that comes to London via Denmark kicks off its run in Greenwich.
New actor-musician version will feature puppetry, illusions, and water guns.
Originally seen at the Royal Court in 2010 and subsequently filmed as The Riot Club, Laura Wade’s play returns in a new production.
Famously written as an allegory for the McCarthy era witch hunts against perceived Communists in America, Arthur Miller’s The Crucible now stands
The Other Palace, formerly London’s St James Theatre, is holding a wild, wild party to mark its relaunch. Under the ownership of
The co-production between the National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic Theatre will star Nadia Clifford and Tim Delap.
Much is made these days of our isolated social bubbles. So I wasn’t surprised to be contacted, independently, by two prominent London
New management at Chichester, farewell to a landmark London theatre bookshop, and the latest casting news.
Ayckbourn’s 1979 play Taking Steps will also be revived.
Performances will now begin at the Almeida Theatre February 18
But theatre readers can still purchase books and plays online.
When you watch a musical, a big part of the aural experience is the work done on the sound of it. That’s not
Hugh Whitemore's play will run at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket May 30–June 3
The line-up of vocalists feature Samantha Barks, Tim Howar, Oliver Tompsett, and Hannah Waddingham
The people we meet early on in our lives often remain close to us, both personally and professionally. It says a lot