Writers are sometimes loathe to describe their own artistic process, for fear of chasing the muse away. But Stephen Sondheim - whose reputation as the most influential Broadway composer of the second... Read more
The theme for this year’s West End Bares has been announced as Ruby Strippers.
The annual event was founded by award-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell eight years ago following the... Read more
Production images have been released showing Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, which opens at the Apollo Theatre next week.
Miller and O’Connell star in Tennessee Williams’... Read more
Illusionist Derren Brown has announced he will be returning to London this autumn with his show, Underground.
Brown, who is known for his many Channel 4 specials and live shows, has announced... Read more
Casting has been announced for Max Stafford-Clark’s production or Rita, Sue and Bob Too at the Royal Court.
Andrea Dunbar’s play is about two friends – Bob and Sue – who get a lift home from Bob, a... Read more
Festival of new musicals From Page to Stage has unveiled details of this year’s performers, which will include a cast of 56 in new repertory companies.
From Page to Stage is an annual event... Read more
Final casting has been announced for Joe Orton’s play Loot, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a production at the Park Theatre.
Joining the previously announced Calvin Demba, Sam... Read more
Hershey Felder is set to star in two musical plays this autumn about the lives of composers Irving Berlin and Leonard Bernstein.
Felder is a renowned Canadian actor, playwright and pianist who will... Read more
We all know what it's like as you grow up. You live, you learn, you love. Friends come, and friends go. But you have just one friend to take on the world with, losing them means everything.
Darren... Read more
Justice is a dish best served cold, and violently. That's exactly what's on the menu in Oliver Cotton's new thriller Dessert.
Four upper class friends sit round a dinner table. An English couple are... Read more
This production of Charles Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities certainly is not the best of times.
Matthew Dunster’s new adaptation sets Dickens’ story at the heart of the modern day refugee crisis. ... Read more
The Northern Powerhouse initiative to refocus the English economy away from London and the south east is already paying unexpected theatrical dividends thanks to the enterprising Hope Mill theatre in... Read more