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Nathaniel Parker, of "Wolf Hall," and Jamie Bogyo, from the flop revival of "Aspects of Love," are amongst the all-male cast of Andy Sandberg's UK premiere of this decade-old American play.
Ian McKellen, age 84, is as spry and welcome a stage presence ever opposite the equally invaluable Roger Allam
2023 Olivier nominee Mei Mac stars in Kimber Lee play about Asian stereotyping over time
Lynn Nottage's 2018 Public Theater play gets a powerful London airing courtesy director Miranda Cromwell and leading player Ira Mandela Siobhan.
Henry Fraser's inspirational memoir is now a musical, directed by Luke Sheppard of "& Juliet" renown.
Tyrell Williams's Olivier-nominated and Evening Standard Theatre Award-winning play returns for an encore engagement, fronted once again by the dazzling Francis Lovehall
A London revival of the hit musical brings extra warmth to the story of a woman in psychological free fall.
Ian Hallard stars in his own play, directed by his husband, Mark Gatiss, and with a scene-stealing supporting performance from Sara Crowe.
Japanese anime continues to have its day onstage with this latest show coming in between London premieres of My Neighbour Totoro and Spirited Away.
A ripped Max Bennett takes the title role in a play soon to be seen again in London with David Tennant and then Ralph Fiennes: Matti Houghton plays his Lady.
Jodie McNee gives a superb performance in Olivier-winner Michael Wynne's eighth play for the Royal Court, this one all-female and directed by Vicky Featherstone
Kwame Kwei-Armah revisits his 2013 play, this time in London and with a rejigged second act - and superb leading lady
Emer Dineen heads a non-binary cast of six in author Ellen Brammar's study in female empowerment and gender politics set during the 1870s
Susan Stroman returns to the well, to wondrous results
Who says you can't go home again? As proof that you can, and to giddy and gorgeous results, along comes the current West End revival o…
Carl Grose gives the Robin Hood legend a contemporary makeover that misses the mark, in onetime Tony nominee Melly Still's production
Olivier Award winner and Tony nominee Jamie Parker gives a tremendous performance in the title role of this return engagement of a genuinely striking British musical
Daniel Rigby and Mark Hadfield head cast of Daniel Raggett's high-octane production, seen previously at Sheffield Theatres and the Lyric Hammersmith
39 years after they first came to British TV, the satiric puppets take to the London stage
James Graham's life-affirming new play locates hope and feeling amid the ravages of defeat
"Is everything loss?" the great Oliver Ford Davies once asked on the National's Olivier stage, in …
Sam Underwood of TV's Dynasty looks understandably worries in this faltering knock-off of the storied Graham Greene novella and Carol Reed film, directed by Trevor Nunn
Glenda Jackson was a rare and rightly awarded talent
Monique Touko directs UK premiere of buoyant, keenly observed play from Jocelyn Bioh, with a breakout performance from Tara Tijani
Toheeb Jimoh, Emmy-nominated for “Ted Lasso,” takes on Romeo in a riveting production from the British director Rebecca Frecknall.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1989 musical resurfaces, its luscious score and curious logic jointly intact
Love may change everything, as we're reminded multiple times during Andrew Lloyd Webber's …
Radio 4 comedy Dickens pastiche comes wearisomely to the stage, with a different guest star every week; Caroline Leslie directs.
Michelle Terry plays Puck at the theatres she runs, directed by Elle While and with Mariah Gale as a female Bottom here called Nicola Bottome
Season opener at Shakespeare's Globe captures the shifting moods of early Shakespeare comedy; Michael Elcock, late of the musical Hex, co-stars.
A new West End adaptation, starring Lucas Hedges and Mike Faist, recasts Annie Proulx’s 1997 short story as a memory play.
Christina Bianco brings her exuberant solo show to the Menier for a short, very sweet run, with Ryan MacKenzie her ace accompanist
Play about a onetime Broadway smash surely has Broadway in its sights
Plays about the theatre are many and varied, from Gypsy and Noises Off to the numerous Shakespeare works that absorb the…
Onetime Tony-winner Brid Brennan ("Dancing at Lughnasa") delivers bigtime as a fierce matriarch fresh out of prison