New production photography of the revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre has been released.
The musical stars Declan Bennett in the title role,... Read more
Over the last decade, it’s been hard to ignore the meteoric rise of James Graham. Through his care in presenting the historical and political facts, and the human side to well-known real-life... Read more
Images have been released of rehearsals taking place for Oslo, the Tony Award-winning play opening at the National Theatre next month, before transferring to the West End.
The play, by JT Rogers,... Read more
It's been announced that the West End production of Hamlet, starring Andrew Scott, is to be broadcast on BBC Two next year.
Robert Icke’s production, which initially opened at the Almeida earlier... Read more
Everybody gets jealous of those who head up north to Edinburgh during August. Five show days, some good, some bad, some brilliant. It’s just not fair for those of us stuck here in London. But we’ve... Read more
The full casting has been announced for the 50th anniversary production of rock musical Hair, which runs at the Vaults from October.
Hair is the story of the “tribe” a political group of hippies... Read more
Following a run in London last month (and as it is currently playing as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe), lyricist Leoe Mercer writes about how he, along with writing partner Stephen Hyde,... Read more
The full cast has been announced for Elinor Cook’s new version of The Lady From the Sea, which runs at the Donmar Warehouse from October.
Directed by Kwame Kewi-Armah, Cook has adapted Ibsen’s play... Read more
Does your vote count? Does it really make a difference? It will in Rob Drummond’s new play, The Majority. As you take your seats at the Dorfman, you’re handed a voting pad, a tool which will allow... Read more
We have a very fertile new writing culture in Britain - so fertile, in fact, that good plays are seemingly discarded after their first productions and only rarely resurface again for another outing.... Read more
Next year will mark the 40th anniversary of the stage premiere of Evita at London's Prince Edward Theatre - longer than its title character Eva Peron herself lived - and now it's back in the West End... Read more
Thirty years after it premiered at the Royal Court, and about thirty years after it first landed in director John Tiffany's lap, Jim Cartwright's play Road paints a portrait of northern England at a... Read more