David Hare’s play The Moderate Soprano will transfer to the West End following a sold-out run at Hampstead Theatre in 2015.
Directed by Jeremy Herrin, the play tells the story of John Christie, the... Read more
The musical Chicago is set to be revived in London from March next year at the Phoenix Theatre.
The musical, which has music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Ebb and Bob Fosse, is... Read more
Images for new musical The Grinning Man, which is currently running at Trafalgar Studios, have been released.
Based on the novel The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo, the musical is about Grinpayne who... Read more
The musical adaptation of Nativity will return to London in 2018 following its run at the Eventim Apollo this December.
Daniel Boys and Simon Lipkin star in the production which is an adaptation of... Read more
Producers Warwick Davis and Kevin Wood have announced the cast for upcoming new musical Eugenius, which runs at The Other Palace from January.
With a book, music and lyrics by Ben Adams and Chris... Read more
A new season has been announced by National Youth Theatre, with three plays running in London in spring 2018, and auditions for young people to be held nationwide.
Between 1st and 3rd February,... Read more
Production images have been released giving a first look at the Almeida Theatre’s production of The Twilight Zone, Anne Washburn’s stage adaptation of the cult US TV show.
The Twilight Zone was an... Read more
The theatre programme has been announced for next year’s Vault Festival which will run from 24th January to 18th March.
Highlights include immersive theatre experience Neverland, which is devised... Read more
John Tiffany has a knack for transporting us to different worlds, most notably immersing us in the magical world of Hogwarts in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Here, he pulls it off again as he... Read more
Director Michael Longhurst piles on the sense of millennial anxiety and brooding menace in Amy Herzog's 2011 relationship drama about a young, newly married American couple in Paris, living in the... Read more
Shows don't come more spectacular than Dick Whittington , a giant, glittery, gob-smacking Christmas bauble of a show, which features a succession of theatrical surprises and thrills that puts the... Read more
Since it first hit our (more smaller, monochrome) screens in the late 1950s, The Twilight Zone has been ever-present in our culture. From The X-Files to The Simpsons, whether you know it or not, you’... Read more