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Bess Wohl two-hander gets a superlative production
A stealthily powerful play gets the production of its dreams in Camp Siegfried, which marks a high-profile UK presence for the American wr…
Aleshea Harris play has a powerful UK debut at the Royal Court
“Frozen” and “Back to the Future: The Musical” are sure to please fans of the original screen works, without offering much more of interest.
Paula Vogel's play - delayed at the Menier by the pandemic - is even more moving in London than it was in New York.
Time hasn’t been kind to The Memory of Water, Shelagh Stephenson’s play about three sisters brought together following the death of their mother.
In “Rockets and Blue Lights” and “Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia,” British playwrights make grand gestures. Sometimes too grand.
Here’s one interesting feature of the London theatre as autumn hoves into view: for whatever reason, the capital’s stages are unusually alive to Jewish stories just now.
After months of pandemic-mandated postponements, the British composer’s new show finally had its premiere. It’s fun.
There are fewer shows and smaller audiences than usual at the International Festival and the Fringe this year.
Anastasia Hille and Gloria Obianyo join Sharp in a formidable female triumvirate in Kae Tempest adaptation
Hadley Fraser, Jake Wood, and Julia Chan co-star in new Danny Robins play.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic has been tweaked but also flattened
You've got to hand it to the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park: this venue never simply dusts off a familiar musical …
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, featuring the great Joanna Riding as Nettie Fowler, has been tweaked but also flattened
Jennifer Daley shines as a cafe proprietor called Angie in new Tom Wells play set in Kilnsea.
Sutton Foster makes a sensational London stage debut, with Robert Lindsay and Samuel Edwards in sterling support
As England’s theaters welcome capacity audiences again, Ian McKellen is back in a role he first played a half-century ago.
Ben Okri play draws upon 4000-year-old text called Sinuhe, stars Joan Iyiola and Ashley Zhangazha.
Jonathan Slinger shines in Lucy Bailey-directed revival of Mamet two-hander.
Percy Adlon's 1987 film reopens the Old Vic, directed by Emma Rice and starring Sandra Marvin.
Tennessee Williams's 1967 study in meta-theatre returns to the theatre where it premiered.
The musical's gifted and amiable leading man was keen to chat one recent day about the renewed thrill of being back on the boards.
2019 play gets a commercial upgrade to the West End
The new play at the Bridge Theater in London and two other productions on the city’s stages examine characters facing the end.
Jeremy Herrin directs Pinter's 1960 two-hander with Daniel Mays back onstage for first time in five years
Ola Ince directs a message-heavy, modern take on this oft-performed tragedy
Scott Karim, 35, has joined the cast of Ayad Akhtar's play at the Kiln Theatre
Yasmine Joseph brings a blast of Carnival to the West End
A welcome West End upgrade is the order of the day at J'Ouvert, the debut play from Yasmin Joseph whose 2019 premiere at South Lond…
Three monologues in one truly terrific evening at west London's Lyric Hammersmith.
Charles Dyer's 1966 RSC play gets a rare revival with Paul Rider, late of CHICAGO, amongst the cast
One Welshman honours another in National Theatre return to the Dylan Thomas mainstay
There's commanding, and then there's Michael Sheen, who sweeps on to the Olivier stage 15 minutes or so …
We never see the title character in Raya, Deborah Bruce’s intriguing, beautifully acted new play that continues a strong return for the Hampstead Theatre.