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  • David Bedella

    David Bedella is to play Sweeney Todd in a new production of the Stephen Sondheim musical. The show will be the first in-house show to be produced at the new Twickenham Theatre.

  • To Kill A Mockingbird

    Daniel Betts will take the lead role in the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s production of To Kill A Mockingbird when it returns to the alfresco venue from 28 August.

  • Les Miserables' Liam Tamne and Craig Mather

    West End star Liam Tamne, who hit the headlines when he swapped the stage for the TV studio for BBC talent show The Voice, will return to the West End in September as he joins The Phantom Of The Opera.

  • Anna-Jane Casey, Ben Lewis and Damian Humbley in Forbidden Broadway at the Menier Chocolate Factory (Photo: Alastair Muir)

    The Menier Chocolate Factory’s five star hit Forbidden Broadway will keep audiences in fits of laughter for two weeks longer than expected with the news it has extended its run to 30 August.

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  • TKTS' West End Wednesdays

    TKTS' West End Wednesdays

    TKTS, our theatre ticket booth in Leicester Square, is returning to its roots this July and offering half price tickets for selected shows every Wednesday for 10 of London’s favourite shows.

  • Kids Week

    Kids Week

    This summer, London’s Theatreland will be buzzing with excited children and families enjoying shows and activities thanks to Kids Week, the annual promotion that enables children to go to the theatre for free throughout August.

First Night

  • Helen McCrory in Medea (Photo: Richard Hubert Smith)
    First Night


    Carrie Cracknell’s terrifying Medea is a disturbing but thrilling theatrical experience that will have you revelling in its beauty and revolting in its darkness all at once.

Backstage Pass

  • Special July offer – The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes all seats only £9

    Former EastEnders star Nabil Elouahabi and director Nicolas Kent share what moved them to stage the timely Arcola Theatre production of The Nightmares Of Carlos Fuentes.

  • Michaela Coel in Medea (Photo: Richard Hubert Smith)

    With four productions at the National Theatre, a playwriting commission from the Bush Theatre and a Channel 4 pilot under her belt, is there anything Michaela Coel can’t do? We chatted to the rising star.

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