Alfred Molina first appeared in John Logan’s Red in 2009 when it premiered at the Donmar Warehouse directed by Michael Grandage. Despite a sell-out success which led to a Broadway run, and Tony Award... Read more
In celebration of Shakespeare Day, which is marked on the day historians believe the Bard was born and also died (23rd April), we thought we’d run a poll in the playwright's honour.
Inspired by... Read more
The full cast joining Sir Ian McKellen in King Lear at the Duke of York’s Theatre later this year has been announced.
Sinéad Cusack (Kent), Danny Webb (Gloucester), Kirsty Bushell (Regan), Richard... Read more
Love them or hate them, jukebox musicals are a major part of the theatre landscape. In the last two weeks, we’ve seen Bob Dylan-themed Girl from the North Country win two Oliviers, the world premiere... Read more
- by Marion Bott
I remember being back home in France, trying to imagine what would need to happen for me to join a terrorist group like Isis. In 2014, I heard the shocking news that former... Read more
A new immersive production inspired by the Disney masterpiece Fantasia is set to run at The Vaults in celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th anniversary.
The 1940 film was produced by Walt Disney and... Read more
Kwame Kwei-Armah has announced his first season as the artistic director of the Young Vic, including a musical adaptation of Twelfth Night.
Formerly artistic director of Center Stage in Baltimore,... Read more
If you’re anything like us, you’ll have a box buried deep in a cupboard full of programmes, tickets and other stagey memorabilia you’ve gathered over the years. You also probably love showing off... Read more
It’s loud. It’s bombastic. It’s bat-shit crazy. And it’s back, returning to London after last summer’s world premiere at the Coliseum, Bat Out of Hell takes up an open-ended residency at the Dominion... Read more
If you drew up a list of everything you wanted from a Tina Turner musical, you wouldn’t be disappointed by Tina, which gets its world premiere at the Aldwych Theatre. It’s got the anthems, it’s got... Read more
Chicago made its first appearance on Broadway in 1975, and it lit up New York with its razzle dazzle. Reviving the show at London’s Phoenix Theatre now, however, doesn’t pack half the punch it would... Read more
James Graham has a reputation for turning big, meaty topics into pieces of riveting theatre. In the last 12 months alone, he has tackled the formation of The Sun and Rupert Murdoch’s media empire in... Read more