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Theatre News

  • Shakespeare's Globe

    Shakespeare’s Globe regulars Matthew Needham and James Garnon will lead the casts of the historic venue’s productions of The Comedy Of Errors and Doctor Scroggy’s War.

  • Wonderland at Hampstead Theatre (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

    The final performance of Hampstead Theatre’s acclaimed production of Beth Steel’s miners’ strike drama Wonderland will be live-streamed online to audiences across the world for free on 26 July.

  • Clive Rowe stars in Mother Goose at Hackney Empire (Photo: Robert Workman)

    London theatre regular Clive Rowe will be digging out his inner diva this Christmas as he returns to the Hackney Empire to play Mother Goose.

  • Taylor Jay-Davies and Patrick Brennan in Land Of Our Fathers

    A quintet of performers from the Theatre503’s acclaimed 2013 production of Land Of Our Fathers will return to the show when it transfers to the Trafalgar Studio 2 next month.

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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

    Medea

    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

  • 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.

  • Jennifer Haley

    Jennifer Haley explains what drew her to write her Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winning play The Nether, from the thriller’s beginnings in North Hollywood to its London premiere at the Royal Court Theatre this summer.

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