Michael Grandage has today announced that he will direct a revival of John Logan’s play Red – the first UK revival since Grandage directed the premiere in 2009.
Red is about an American abstract... Read more
Poldark actor Aidan Turner will make his West End debut next year when Michael Grandage directs Martin McDonagh’s play, The Lieutenant of Inishmore.
McDonagh’s play premiered at the RSC in Stratford-... Read more
Black Friday might have you scrambling the High Street to grab yourself a brand new, all-the-bells-and-whistles TV, but this year, why not treat yourself, your friends and family to a night at the... Read more
Think you know your London theatres? Think again. Take our quiz to find out just how much attention you pay to London’s auditoria and see if you can guess which theatre seats the most people.
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Madani Younis has announced the season for the coming year at the Bush Theatre, which will include 2 new commissions and 3 world premieres.
The season opens in January with The Believers Are But... Read more
Production images have been released for this year’s pantomime at the Lyric Hammersmith, Jack and the Beanstalk.
Written by Joel Horwood, Jack and the Beanstalk stars comedian and actress Vikki Stone... Read more
Images have been released showing the cast of Belleville, due to run at the Donmar Warehouse next month, in rehearsals for Michael Longhurst’s production.
Amy Herzog’s play is about two Americans –... Read more
The full line-up has been announced for The Barricade Boys' Christmas Cabaret, which will see the group be joined by a different West End star for every night of their three-week run over Christmas... Read more
Here's a new and distinctively British musical that could give the imminent arrival of Hamilton from Broadway a serious run for its money, and is just the refreshing breath of fresh, inclusive air... Read more
The National may be having a difficult year with the consecutive critical summer failures of Salome and Common, yet it has still produced two of the most eagerly anticipated shows of the year in... Read more
David Mamet's blistering, turbo-charged burst of testosterone Glengarry Glen Ross always has to walk a tightrope between its sweary machismo and the sweaty exposure of the vulnerabilities beneath its... Read more
Big Fish, a musical based on the 2003 film of the same name, floundered on Broadway when it premiered in 2013; now London's The Other Palace, a theatre with a mission to develop new musicals and... Read more