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  • Lucy Briggs-Owen and Tom Bateman in Shakespeare In Love (Photo: Johan Persson)
    Fri 22 Aug 2014

    Shakespeare In Love extends

    Shakespeare In Love, the stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning film, has proved so popular with London theatre audiences that it will extend its run at the Noël Coward Theatre until 2015.

  • Harry Lloyd at the 2012 Olivier Awards with MasterCard (Photo: Helen Maybanks)

    Game Of Thrones star Harry Lloyd will return to the London stage this autumn when he stars in the transfer of Dostoyevsky’s Notes From Underground at the Print Room.

  • Our Town

    The Almeida Theatre has announced the full cast that will join award-winning US actor and director David Cromer in the transfer of his New York hit production of Our Town.

  • Charity Wakefield (Photo: REX/Dan Wooller)

    Charity Wakefield, Bryan Dick, Rebecca Grant and Oliver Hembrough will play four aspiring writers mentored by Roger Allam’s cantankerous Leonard in the Hampstead Theatre production of Seminar this autumn.

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  • 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

  • Hetty Feather at the Vaudeville Theatre (Photo: Donald Cooper)
    First Night

    Hetty Feather

    Jacqueline Wilson’s hugely popular heroine makes her West End debut in style, bringing the spectacle of the circus to the Vaudeville Theatre this summer.

Backstage Pass

  • Let The Right One In (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

    Vampires, beauty, Beckett and blood. We find out what drew director John Tiffany to Let The Right One In.

  • The Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games launch (Photo: Brian Doherty)

    As Michael Flatley prepares to jig his way back onto the London stage early next month, the Dangerous Games cast, including former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, took their impressive legs to the London Palladium to launch the show.

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