Production images of Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce in Le Grand Mort have been released.
Stephen Clark’s play is about a dinner party hosted by Michael (Clary) and his younger guest Tim (Nelson-... Read more
We all ready know a few details about Tina - The Musical, the show based on Tina Turner’s career. But what will that mean on stage? Well, apart from the fact it runs at the Aldwych from March 2018,... Read more
Company, directed by Marianne Elliott, is to star Broadway legend when it runs at the Gielgud Theatre in September next year.
Stephen Sondheim’s musical follows single man Bobby who is unable to hold... Read more
With the news that Broadway and general musical theatre legend Patti LuPone will be gracing the London stage in Company from next autumn, we take a look back on five of the star's iconic roles on... Read more
Olivier Award-nominated theatre company Les Enfants Terribles are set to collaborate with Nadya Tolokonnikova – a founding member of Russian punk collective Pussy Riot – for a new immersive... Read more
Two productions from the King’s Head Theatre in Islington are to transfer to the West End.
Adam Spreadbury-Maher (King’s Head AD) and Becca Marriott’s adaptation of La bohème will run at Trafalgar... Read more
Casting has been announced for the work in progress production of Alain Boublil’s Manhattan Parisienne, which will run at The Other Palace in October.
Boublil, best known as the lyricist for the... Read more
Ellen McDougall directs her first piece as artistic director of the Gate Theatre as she (with Clare Slater) adapts Portuguese writer José Saramago’s short story, The Tale of the Unknown Island. We... Read more
No theatre challenges theatrical form and shape quite as fiercely as the Young Vic, reinventing itself with every production staged there. It's not just the configuration of the auditorium, which... Read more
Some plays are revived again and again. Others are forgotten again and again. Alice Childress's 1955 off-Broadway play Trouble in Mind - which belatedly received its British premiere at North London'... Read more
I can't remember the last time a young British playwright had not one but two news plays running side-by-side on the same London theatre street, but that's the singular achievement of James Graham,... Read more
We’re bogged down with constant talk of negotiations these days, which is inevitable – the biggest democratic decision for a generation will change all our lives. It’s going to be tough, but nothing... Read more