It has been confirmed that Amber Riley will leave the West End production of Dreamgirls on 18th November this year, with a new cast taking over from 20th November.
Amber Riley made her West End debut... Read more
Tina - The Tina Turner Musical has casts its lead, with Turner announcing actress Adrienne Warren would be playing the lead role when the musical opens at the Aldwych Theatre next year.
At an event... Read more
The first production images of the inaugural production at the Bridge Theatre have been released.
Richard Bean and Clive Coleman’s looks at the life of a young Karl Marx in his 30s as he gallivants... Read more
The West End production of Stomp is to close after 15 years in London.
Following a ten-year run at the Ambassadors Theatre, the show, which incorporates dance and percussion using everyday... Read more
Royal Court artistic director Vicky Featherstone will hold a day of events later this month in response to the Harvey Weinstein revelations of the past weeks.
On Friday, Featherstone tweeted “If... Read more
The full cast has been announced for Anne Washburn’s adaptation of The Twilight Zone, the CBS television series, which opens at the Almeida Theatre in December.
Based on the stories by Rod Serling,... Read more
Artistic director Jez Bond has announced a new season at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, taking the programming up to summer next year.
The season will begin with the UK premiere of the musical... Read more
Since it opened at The Other Palace earlier this year, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Paul Taylor-Mills have championed new writing, giving a space for writers to try new things in the realm of musical... Read more
Kwame Kwei-Armah was recently announced to succeed David Lan as artistic director of the Young Vic, and proved to be an immediately popular choice. The London-born former actor (he was a star of TV's... Read more
Director Rupert Goold and playwright Mike Bartlett are well known for delivering theatrical fireworks, both verbal and physical. When they previously joined forces at the Almeida, the result was that... Read more
Given the week the entertainment industry has had, a play about sex, abuse and power was always going to feel relevant. But while David Ives’ Venus in Fur is an entertaining play with a stellar... Read more
No, A Woman of No Importance isn't a stage biography of Theresa May. Rather, it is Oscar Wilde's 1893 play that inaugurates a new, year-long season dedicated to his work that will be followed by... Read more