It has been announced that the Almeida Theatre's current production of Hamlet by William Shakespeare starring Andrew Scott will transfer to the West End's Harold Pinter Theatre for a limited run from... Read more
Deadline have reported that Elton John's Rocket Pictures is producing a new animated film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 1968 musical Joseph And The Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat. STX... Read more
One Man, Two Guvnors writer Richard Bean will bring his new play Kiss Me to the Trafalgar Studios 2 from 6 June to 8 July 2017, following a run at the Hampstead Theatre Downstairs.
Starring Claire... Read more
Disney Theatrical Productions have announced that Matthew Croke will take over the role of Aladdin in the West End production alongside Jade Ewen and Trevor Dion Nicholas who continue in the roles of... Read more
Lillias White is an undeniable Broadway star and a performer who is consistently operating at the top of her game. Known primarily for roles on Broadway such as the original production of Dreamgirls... Read more
Moya Productions and Old Red Lion Theatre will present the world première of Dyl by Mark Weinman which runs at the Old Red Lion Theatre in Angel Islington from 9 May to 3 June 2017 with an official... Read more
The King's Head Pub Theatre in north London have announced a new production of Kevin Elyot’s first play Coming Clean which will run from 25 July to 26 August with an official opening on 28 July.... Read more
Full casting has been announced for the upcoming revival of tick, tick… BOOM! at Park Theatre which runs from 3 to 27 May 2017, with an official opening on 8 May.
Described as an autobiographical... Read more
Sex farces used to be a West End staple (one its key proponents Ray Cooney is now 85, and celebrating with a new touring production of his play Out of Order, set in the Houses of Parliament). But at... Read more
“The war is not funny sir” begins one of the characters in The Wipers Times. “I've a feeling that may be the point” barks his senior officer. For all the exploration of the Great War on stage over... Read more
An American in Paris is a dance musical with grace, grit and Gershwin: a winning combination if ever there was one. Based on the 1951 film of the same name that starred Gene Kelly as a demobbed... Read more
There's a long-established narrative that Terence Rattigan, darling of the West End stage in the 1940s and 50s, was consigned to the theatrical scrapheap by the arrival of the Angry Young Men of the... Read more