Orlando Bloom looks pretty happy with that gun, but if he seems a little deranged, it’s only because he’s playing a killer-for-hire in Tracy Letts’ blackly comic thriller Killer Joe. New production photos were just released for the show, which opened at Trafalgar Studios earlier this week.
Get ready to feel the rhythm, because On Your Feet! – the Gloria and Emilio Estefan musical – is conga-lining its way over to London.
Following last week’s announcement that EastEnders star David Witts will be joining the production, Wicked announces new casting for several other roles.
Welcome to Westerberg High! More casting is announced for Heathers – The Musical. Playing the most popular girls in school will be Jodie Steele, Sophie Isaacs, and T’Shan Williams.
Many of the cast and creatives involved in this season were Harold Pinter’s personal friends and collaborators, which makes Pinter at Pinter all the more relevant, immediate, and exciting.
2018 Tony Award nominations are in, and Brits are showing up strong. Nominated shows include the Broadway transfers of ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ and the National Theatre production of ‘Angels in America.’
From 23 July, former EastEnders star David Witts returns to London for his West End debut in Wicked. He’ll be playing Fiyero.
So, you think you’re a Shakespeare expert? You may know every big monologue, every little joke, and every famous line in the Bard’s canon. But do you know every stage direction?
The National Theatre announces its new season, which includes the UK premiere of Anaïs Mitchell’s musical ‘Hadestown’ and the return of this year’s award-winning production of ‘Follies.’
Before you ask, yes, we know Hadestown isn’t coming to London until November. But here in the theatre fandom, we have a tendency to get excited about things long before they actually happen.
RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran directs a cast that includes Olivier and Tony Award-winner Richard McCabe as Cicero and Joseph Kloska as Tiro, Cicero’s faithful secretary.
First look at An Ideal Husband, Classic Spring’s latest offering in their year-long celebration of Wilde, starring Edward Fox, Freddie Fox, and Frances Barber.
Anaïs Mitchell’s groundbreaking musical Hadestown is heading to London’s National Theatre this November ahead of a Broadway opening. Hadestown is a new take on the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, with music that’s a mix of American folk, New Orleans jazz, and indie. Casting has yet to be announced.
James Graham’s new play Quiz receives four and five star reviews, with Time Out calling it “an extremely fun evening.”
After an unlucky first preview that got sabotaged by an equipment malfunction, Strictly Ballroom has apparently bounced back onto the dance floor. The musical has released several new photos, and the whole cast (especially Will Young) looks pretty jazzed.
If you missed Andrew Scott’s Hamlet at the Almeida Theatre, good news! You can watch it on BBC Two this Saturday at 9 pm.
‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ must be doing something right. It just announced a new extension until 7 April 2019. And starting 28 March, a new cast takes the helm.
Academy Award-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. plays Billy Flynn: the lawyer who’s never lost a case.
The Royal Shakespeare Company announces its new winter season at the Barbican, which will include many transfers from Stratford-upon-Avon: notably, an RSC production of ‘Macbeth’ starring Christopher Eccleston.
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