Read From The Box Office's review of The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice, which is currently touring the U.K. This sensational production is a treat for children and parents alike!
From The Box Office reviews Matthew Lopez's The Inheritance. Directed by Stephen Daldry, this West End production is a triumph. Read our review here!
Based on the 1980s cult classic, Heathers The Musical is your typical story of a high school nobody who becomes a somebody under the wings of the popular girls. Following a hugely successful run at The Other Palace, Heathers The Musical officially opened on the West End last week. Read our thoughts here!
After repairs and renovations to the Battersea Arts Centre, Missing has been reintroduced as the opening of the Phoenix Season, and what an opening it is
It's a play that has been performed to death, with a plethora of West End adaptations in the past decade alone. Enter Michael Fentiman, the director who has hit the nail square on the head in the latest production of this classic...
Reviews are pouring in for The King And I, hailing it as a five star unmissable show. Our very own From The Box Office blogger has her say on the latest London Palladium production...
What did our critic make of Eugene O'Neill's soul-searching examination of claustrophobic family dynamics, drug and alcohol dependency? Is this Lesley Manville's greatest ever role?
Jon Brittain takes the extraordinary and makes it seem both ordinary and spellbinding in Rotterdam, a play tackling challenging issues of identity head on with wit, humour and a script that dances off the page.
Here's why you should see David Tennant in Patrick Marber's Don Juan in Soho, currently playing at the Wyndham's Theatre.
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.
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.
We journeyed south of The Thames to the Lost Theatre in Stockwell to review A Christmas Carol, by Lynn Ahrens and Alan Menken.
We look at the most awe-inspiring shows opening in London Theatres in 2017 and how you can find the best tickets.
We review Simon Stephen's brutally honest, deliciously cynical play, Christmas, at Balham's Theatre N16.
We review Tatty Hennessy's clever adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson classic The Snow Queen at Balham's Theatre N16
We review Sam Shepard's chilling play Buried Child and discover a dystopian American nightmare inhabited by Trump's core voters.
We take a look at what London audiences can expect from Lord Julian Fellowes & Olivier Award winning Styles & Drew's new adaptation of the Wind in the Willows
We take a trip to the Noel Coward Theatre to review Half A Sixpence and discover a show with plenty of great songs but lacking in heart.
Read Andrew Lloyd Webber's school report and see just how badly behaved he can be as we review his latest offering, School of Rock.