Less than half of theatregoers can correctly name 8/10 of these theatrical streets! Can you score a perfect ten?
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!
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.
We took time out from rehearsals to interview Tiffany Graves and Dex Lee about their roles in Michael John LaChiusa’s The Wild Party.
You’d struggle to find a stronger cast anywhere in the West End, and when the show succeeds it exposes a raw humanity that most of us try our best to hide.
Ever thought of working in a theatre box office? It’s great fun – although we can think of at least 10 things that will drive you mad!
“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.”
It’s the roaring twenties– an era of bootleg liquor, red hot jazz and hedonistic pleasures. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down.
At midday on Monday 30th January, Hamilton tickets go on public sale. We’ve rounded up EVERYTHING you need to know about booking, what it’s about, and who’s who in the show – including a very funny (and not completely accurate) plot summary by two old ladies on the tube:
And How To Ask The Big Questions Via Science Fiction Musical Theatre.
Astronaut John Spartan has finally made it into space…
We review The Kite Runner at the Wyndham’s Theatre. A warts-and-all story of a privileged but damaged life in Kabul, revealing a side to Afghanistan that few Westerners see.