Emmy Award-winning writer Danny Strong has been signed up to write the book for a new musical based on the life of legendary singer Frank Sinatra.
The musical, which aims to be on stage by early... Read more
West End musical Wicked has announced it has extended in London into 2019.
The show, which runs at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, is the 7th longest-running show currently playing in the West End, and... Read more
Further casting and an extension have been announced for the upcoming London Palladium production of The King and I.
Tony Award winner Ruthie Ann Miles will join the previously announced Ken... Read more
Initial casting has been announced for Sam Mendes’ production of The Lehman Trilogy which is set to run at the National Theatre in July.
Adam Godley, Ben Miles and Simon Russell Beale will take on... Read more
Arlene Philips will direct a revamped version of the rock musical Myth:The Rise and Fall of Orpheus (formerly known as 27) at The Other Palace later this year.
The musical, written by Sam Cassidy,... Read more
Casting has been announced for the transfer of Tony Award-winning musical Pippin to Southwark Playhouse from the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester.
With a book by Roger O. Hirson, and music and lyrics... Read more
Images of Hayley Atwell in rehearsals for Sarah Burgess’ play Dry Powder, which is set to run at the Hampstead Theatre, have been released.
Dry Powder is about a firm forced to lay-off employees from... Read more
The full cast joining Sheila Hancock has been announced for the London premiere of Harold and Maude, the stage adaptation of the 1971 film by Colin Higgins.
Harold and Maude is romantic tale about an... Read more
At the core of Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, which is fuelled by rabid envy and beautiful music, are two gargantuan roles, supremely revived as Michael Longhurst’s 2016 production returns to the Olivier.... Read more
The critical and commercial failure of Harold Pinter's second full-length play The Birthday Party in its original production in 1958 could well have ended his career right there and then; but here we... Read more
It's a curious fact of Shakespearean life how some plays go in and out of fashion: we've lately been seeing a lot of Julius Caesars (no doubt thanks to affinities with Donald Trump), and we always... Read more
This 2005 Australian coming-of-age (and coming out) drama received its UK premiere at the King's Head Theatre pub in the summer of 2016, and now it belatedly moves to Trafalgar Studios 2 as part of... Read more