Derren Brown is a master of his craft, wowing audiences across the country with his bamboozling mind tricks. This month, he’s returned to the West End with Underground, a compilation of tricks from... Read more
Stephen Mallatratt’s stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s novel The Woman in Black is the second-longest running play in the West End, approaching its 29th anniversary in the January.
The terrifying play... Read more
Rehearsal images have been released for Saint George and the Dragon, a new play by Rory Mullarkey based on the classic English myth.
Directed by Lyndsey Turner, the play is about a down on his luck... Read more
Rehearsal images have been released showing Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce in Le Grand Mort, which runs at Trafalgar Studios later this month.
The play, which was written by Olivier Award-... Read more
Two productions from the King’s Head Theatre in Islington are to transfer to the West End.
Adam Spreadbury-Maher (King’s Head AD) and Becca Marriott’s adaptation of La bohème will run at Trafalgar... Read more
Casting has been announced for the work in progress production of Alain Boublil’s Manhattan Parisienne, which will run at The Other Palace in October.
Boublil, best known as the lyricist for the... Read more
Ellen McDougall directs her first piece as artistic director of the Gate Theatre as she (with Clare Slater) adapts Portuguese writer José Saramago’s short story, The Tale of the Unknown Island. We... Read more
Actress Clare Burt will join Kelsey Grammer in the London premiere of Big Fish, due to open at The Other Palace in November.
Burt will play Sandra Bloom in John August and Andrew Lippa’s musical,... Read more
I can't remember the last time a young British playwright had not one but two news plays running side-by-side on the same London theatre street, but that's the singular achievement of James Graham,... Read more
We’re bogged down with constant talk of negotiations these days, which is inevitable – the biggest democratic decision for a generation will change all our lives. It’s going to be tough, but nothing... Read more
It's been almost thirty years since Clarke Peters' musical first hit London. After a three night tryout at the National, it found success at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Now, it opens at a purpose-... Read more
I’m not allowed to tell you anything Derren Brown did last night, it’s a secret. Here is what I can divulge: he is the most charismatic and talented worker of stage and audience there is.
You’ve... Read more