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This award-winning Kneehigh production returns to the West End after 10 years, having toured the globe and triumphing on Broadway
Ned Bennett's directed comedy-horror, which focuses on a baby, a single mother, and a traumatised refugee, embraces every hot-topic subject that it can find
Rebecca Frecknall's production of Tennessee Williams' rarely performed ' 'Summer and Smoke' is almost unbearably tense
A collection of contemporary dance works curated by choreographer Russell Maliphant includes the 1998 'Critical Mass', as well as a new dance for Maliphant and his longtime muse, D…
Rufus Norris's production which stars Kinnear and Duff as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, strays a little close to comic horror movie, but stays just on the side of chilling
The actor, who played Bill Tanner in the James Bond films 'Quantum of Solace', 'Skyfall', and 'Spectre', as well won the Olivier Award for Best Actor for his ro…
Besting Hairspray and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The programme of works by female choreographers, includes a superb work by star choreographer Crystal Pite
The fatal crash happened in the Park Slope neighbourhood
The return of Gore Vidal's presidential drama stars Martin Shaw, Jeff Fahey and Maureen Lipman as well as Honeysuckle Weeks and Glynis Barber
'Körper' shows the Berlin-based choreographer looks at her dancers' bodies and vulnerabilities in a mix of speech, dance and physical theatre
Stephen Beresford, who wrote the film 'Pride', has scripted a stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's semi-autobiographical family saga 'Fanny & Alexander'
Also: "Search terms blocked on Sino Weibo, a microblogging site which is China’s equivalent of Twitter, include 'disagree', 'personality cult', 'lifelong', 'immortality', 'emigrate', and '…
The Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia return after their sell-out 'Eugene Onegin' in 2015, with this play about the precarious fortunes of poor Jews in Eastern Europe at …
This play about Princess Margaret, played by Felicity Dean, is inspired by real events and continues our fascination with one of the most controversial members of the Royal Family, after Net…
After winning two Oscars, she stopped acting for decades to fight Thatcherism. Now, at 81, she's tackling an Edward Albee classic on Broadway. But she insists, "I lead a very dull …
There is no hint of costume-drama nostalgia for the past in this minimalist production - a far cry from the dreamy 1975 Peter Weir film
This is intriguing
Chris Goode's stage adaptation of Derek Jarman's 1977 punk classic 'Jubilee', recasts Toyah Willcox who played Mad in the film, as Queen Elizabeth I, who time-travels to …
The 'Doctor Foster' actress stars in Bryony Lavery's play about child abduction and murder in Jonathan Munby's revival
Ivo van Hove's adaptation of the 1976 film 'Network' is playing to packed houses at the National Theatre - but it's just one in a long line of screen-to-stage adaptations…
Romeo and Juliet have survived into adulthood and are having a mid-life crisis in Ben Duke's show, 'Juliet and Romeo: A Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage'
This one-woman show is written and performed by Monica Dolan who won a BAFTA for her role as Rosemary West in 'Appropriate Adult'
Impresario behind works such as Evita and Phantom of the Opera opens up about his mental health struggles in a new book
The 'Great Gatsby' star returns to the West End stage in Dennis Kelly's solo show about a disintegrating marriage which is directed by 'Posh' and 'Chimerica&apo…
Peter Gill's tender gay love story is about the conflicting aspirations of the lovers rather than societal prejudice that drives the two men apart
This third revival of Christopher Wheeldon's 2014 ballet with music by Joby Talbot is stronger than ever
This is a pleasant surprise
Pina Bausch's 'Viktor' is inspired by the city of Rome and is the first of her large-scale works responding to locations from Hong Kong to Brazil
Barrie Rutter's swansong as artistic director of Northern Broadsides is a re-imagining of John Dryden's 1675 tragedy 'Aureng-zebe'
Simon Logan's debut Royal Court play, directed by Vicky Featherstone, about two sisters fighting for survival on a rural farm, shows him to be a playwright of distinct promise