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  • Kathleen Turner in Bakersfield Mist (Photo: Simon Annand)

    The current West End production of Bakersfield Mist, starring Kathleen Turner and Ian McDiarmid, will end its run at the Duchess Theatre earlier than planned on 9 August.

  • Bush Theatre logo (new 2014)

    Natalie Casey will star in Chris Thompson’s new play Albion when it receives its world premiere at the Bush Theatre in September.

  • Tom Bateman in Shakespeare In Love (Photo: Johan Persson)

    Despite originating as an Oscar-winning movie, the stars of Shakespeare In Love, Tom Bateman and Lucy Briggs-Owen, are convinced the tale of poetry, love and a dog has found its true place on the stage.

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

    The Menier Chocolate Factory’s production of Forbidden Broadway will transfer to the West End this autumn after Nigel Harman’s production of Rabbit Hole starring Joanne Froggatt is forced to postpone its forthcoming run.

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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

  • Zoe Brough and Stanley Townsend in The Nether at the Royal Court (Photo: Johan Persson)
    First Night

    The Nether

    Squirm, wince and want to run for the exit, The Nether is distressing and astounding in equal measure.

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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