New casting has been announced for the West End production of Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. From Monday 24th July, Alice Fearn will take on the role of Elphaba, having been standby for the... Read more
As the National Theatre of Scotland's production of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour continues to rock out (and swig down sambuca) at the Duke of York's Theatre, we caught up with one of the cast's... Read more
The West End production of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical will complete its run later this year on 5th August, following a two and a half year run at the Aldwych Theatre. Having opened on... Read more
Producers of the nine-time Olivier Award-winning hit West End production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I and II have released first look portraits of some of the new principal cast... Read more
No wonder they call New York the city that never sleeps! Since our last Broadway Round-up, the Great White Way has been on fire with announcements of new shows and celebrity castings... and we are... Read more
The Hampstead Theatre in north London have today announced details of their new season.
The season begins with Prism, written and directed by Terry Johnson based on the extraordinary life of double... Read more
The names Stephen Schwartz, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mary Rogers and James Taylor certainly mean something to fans of musical theatre and beyond, and whilst many of us are familiar with their individual... Read more
The UK premiere of Steven Dietz's play Lonely Planet has been announced to run at the Tabard Theatre in west London from 27 June to 15 July 2017, with an official opening on 29 June.
Originally... Read more
Shakespeare plays have a habit of coming in multiples in London: for instance, I've already seen four versions of Julius Caesar in the last six months alone, and there are two more on the immediate... Read more
In a recent interview, Star Wars actor John Boyega, who was raised in Peckham in South London a few miles from the Old Vic, commented, "Growing up, I used to get the bus, the 171, and I would pass... Read more
It's potentially one of the the most brutal scenes in western literature and certainly one of Shakespeare's most memorable final acts which, no spoiler alert needed, results in a pile of three... Read more
Peter Shaffer, who died last year, was best known the author of weighty, philosophical plays like Equus and Amadeus, both of which were first premiered at the National and where the latter was... Read more