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The boys are back in town, just in time for Christmas, and they’re as ready as ever to deliver hit after hit of pack favourites! With the new casting announced, it’s about time you met your new Frank, Sammy, and Dean…
From the Jackson 5’s ABC to The Marvelettes’ Please Mr Postman, here’s a full A-Z of much-loved, marvellous Motown classics.
With the seeming contradiction between its name and tagline (“entertain something new”), it’s perhaps no surprise that The Old Vic has chosen to celebrate its bicentenary with a lineup of premieres that are, for the most part, a fusion of old and new.
Pussy Riot’s Nadezhda (Nadya) Tolokonnikova has joined forces with razor sharp theatre group “Les Enfants Terribles” to transform London’s Saatchi Gallery into a dark and powerful theatrical experience. Read all about it in our interview!
Ever wished you could slip into some of those gorgeous theatre costumes that West End and Broadway actors get to wear every day? Well, Halloween is your chance to do just that!
Here are six Broadway musicals that may (if the rumors are true) debut on the West End stage within the next few years.
Who doesn’t love a good private joke? Here are 10 of our favourite jokes that only a theatre nerd would understand.
10 things you didn’t know about Lord Lloyd Webber, the most successful composer of our time with more that 13 smash hit musicals!
There’s no business like show business, especially when things don’t go as planned!
The London production of the musical An American In Paris will close in Jan 2018 and there will be a cinema release for the show.
Less than half of theatregoers can correctly name 8/10 of these theatrical streets! Can you score a perfect ten?
Harold Pinter’s landmark play returns to the London stage in a new production by Ian Rickson starring Olivier Award-winners Stephen Mangan, Toby Jones and Zoë Wanamaker.
British audiences are spoiled for choice this autumn: Don’t miss out on world class West End Theatre… You’ll be gutted if you do!
Is the budget of a show a predictor of its success? To find an answer, we looked into the most costly productions in musical theatre history and compared production cost to ticketing revenue – first in London’s West End, then on Broadway.
Specially tailored to children and adults on the autism spectrum, these shows include reduced lighting and sound effects, access to quiet areas, autism specialist volunteers, and a relaxed, non-judgmental environment.
Tired of unrelentingly bad news? Need some sunshine to drive away the rain? Then follow the rainbow to the Arts Theatre, currently home to the sensationally funny and deeply moving Olivier Award-winning transfer of Rotterdam. With its central themes of transgender identity, sexuality and non-linear relationships, I must admit that I expected an evening of tense, serious theatre – not a bit of it.
Esteemed playwright Conor McPherson’s electrifying new show, featuring Bob Dylan classics, opens in a world première at The Old Vic in July. So what’s it about? Is it a musical? Here we have all the answers.
More cast members are announced for the five-week festive run of Dick Whittington at the London Palladium. Find out all the info here.