Further casting has been announced for Robert Icke’s adaptation of Mary Stuart, which opens at the Duke of York’s Theatre in January.
Friedrich Schiller's play enjoyed a sold-out, critically-... Read more
If you’ve been conscious during 2017, then you’ll have heard the word Hamilton, and not just in relation to the British Formula One champion. Since making waves after opening Broadway, Lin-Manuel... Read more
Fresh from its world premiere at Bristol Old Vic last year, The Grinning Man sets up shop in the West End this week with a two-month run at Trafalgar Studios.
Based on a novel by Victor Hugo (as was... Read more
Images have been released showing John Tiffany’s production of Pinocchio, which began previews on Friday (1st December).
Tiffany directs Martin Lowe’s adaptation of Dennis Kelly’s story, which... 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
This year, Les Enfants Terribles have teamed up with members of the Russian punk group Pussy Riot to put on a show telling the protest group’s story at the Saatchi Gallery.
LEF’s artistic director... Read more
Casting has been announced for Sarah Burgess’ play Dry Powder, which opens at Hampstead Theatre in January.
The play is about a private equity firm which has forced layoffs a supermarket chain, but... Read more
The Great Gatsby, an immersive production at a secret London location, has announced it has extended its booking in London.
The production initially opened at the Vaults, but has since moved to a... Read more
When Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White first premiered in the West End in 2004, some critics (including me!) prescribed Dramamine, in case spectators suffered from motion sickness thanks to... Read more
If you were feeling like a Scrooge before you arrived at The Old Vic for this adaptation of A Christmas Carol, it doesn’t take long for your senses to be filled with festive spirit. The cast, dressed... Read more
La Soiree has long been a subversive delight, pitching camp (and sometimes a Spiegeltent) in locations around London, with appearances in venues that have also included the Hippodrome (in the... Read more
Here's a new and distinctively British musical that could give the imminent arrival of Hamilton from Broadway a serious run for its money, and is just the refreshing breath of fresh, inclusive air... Read more