Rehearsal photos have been released of John Boyega and cast in the Old Vic's upcoming production of Woyzeck, adapted by Jack Thorne and directed by Joe Murphy. Described as one of the most... Read more
It has been announced that Jon Brittain's Olivier award winning drama Rotterdam will transfer to Arts Theatre for a limited run from 21 June to 15 July 2017. This run follows a sell-out run at... Read more
Full casting has been announced for the new West End production of Annie which begins performances at the Piccadilly Theatre on 23 May 2017, with an official opening on 5 June.
Joining the previously... Read more
Full casting has been announced for the upcoming West End premiere of Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein, the musical comedy based on the film of the same name which begins performances at The Garrick... Read more
West End favourites Kerry Ellis and Hugh Maynard will star in a new musical arena tour Heaven on Earth which will tour the UK and run at The SSE Arena, Wembley Area from 9 to 12 May 2018.
Telling the... Read more
A new production of William Shakespeare's Othello comes to Wilton's Music Hall in east London next month, transferring to London following a run at the Tobacco Factory Theatres in Bristol. Running... Read more
Full casting has been announced for Terror by Ferdinand von Schirach, translated by David Tushingham and directed by Sean Holmes which runs at the Lyric Hammersmith in west London from 14 June to 15... Read more
Full casting has now been announced for the Arcola Theatre's new production of William Shakespeare's Richard III starring Greg Hicks in the title role which runs at the east London venue from 11 May... Read more
Simon Stephens is certainly one of Britain's most acclaimed and celebrated playwrights with hits such as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time continuing to run around the UK and his... Read more
Not, of course, to be confused with The Bourne Legacy, this new musical called The Braille Legacy is cut from a very different cloth to that instalment in the action film franchise. It's own legacy... Read more
There's a charming anarchic quality to Jack Thorne and Stephen Warbeck's new musical Junkyard that on the one hand feels fresh and forward thinking yet still manages to feel narratively stinted and... Read more
Moliere is having something of a moment in the West End of late with this the third 'revisal' to open in as many months. Whilst Don Juan of Soho and The Miser update their original French sources,... Read more