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After a teaser video posted by Hiddleston himself got fans talking last night, we can now reveal that it’s all because Tom will be starring in the critically acclaimed Pinter Season! Read for more.
From The Box Office chatted with Misty writer and star Arinzé Kene about the success of the show, diversity in the West End and what we can expect from him next
Following an immensely successful run at the Almeida Theatre, we asked ‘Summer and Smoke’ director Rebecca Frecknall how it feels to see her latest production of the play transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre
It’s the story that shaped not only a young man’s life, but the understanding of life as we now know it. We asked playwright David Morton for all of the exciting details, ahead of the production’s historic opening.
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.
Beautiful – The Carole King Musical has set closing dates for its West End run after two and a half years at the Aldwych Theatre, before hitting the road for a UK and Ireland national tour.
After a dazzling opening night on Tuesday 21 March, An American in Paris received a phenomenal 28 five-star reviews. Here we round up what the critics had to say.
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In the first of a series of interviews with the West End’s top Theatre writers and bloggers, we meet Mark Shenton. Mark co-founded MyTheatreMates.com with friend Terri Paddock, a site which is building a big network of great bloggers and has some terrific contributors.
Mark is associate editor of The Stage, as well as joint lead critic. He has written regularly for The Stage since 2005, including a daily online column.
Hi Mark and thanks for the interview. When did you start writing a blog and what do you wish you’d known back then?