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  • Penelope Wilton in A Delicate Balance, playing at the Almeida theatre (photo: Hugo Glendinning)

    Downton Abbey star Penelope Wilton will return to the West End for the first time in five years when the Chichester Festival Theatre production of Taken At Midnight transfers to the Theatre Royal Haymarket in 2015.

  • Peppa Pig's Big Splash (Photo: Adam Chapman)

    Peppa Pig’s Big Splash will return to the Criterion Theatre for a second year this Christmas, playing a limited season from 2 December to 4 January.

  • Park Theatre logo

    Actor and impressionist Steve Nallon will star in Dead Sheep, Jonathan Maitland’s debut play about the speech that brought down Margaret Thatcher, as part of the Park Theatre’s 2015 spring season.

  • The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre (Photo: Alastair Muir)

    Hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong must, in fact, be doing an awful lot right. The hilarious farce has proved so popular that it has extended its run at the Duchess Theatre to 6 September 2015.

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First Night

  • Neville's Island at the Duke of York's Theatre (Photo: Johan Persson)
    First Night

    Neville's Island

    Rarely has the West End boasted such a stellar cast of comic performers as a quartet of stars eek every awkward moment, catty remark and bullying banter out of Tim Firth’s classic comedy.

Backstage Pass

  • War Horse's Joey at the Tower of London (Photo: Alex Rumford)

    The Tower of London’s poppy installation may be a regular feature on Facebook news feeds across the capital, but this set of photographs featuring War Horse’s Joey might just beat them all.

  • Catherine Schreiber, producer of The Scottsboro Boys

    Many dream of changing attitudes and making a difference through theatre; The Scottsboro Boys’ lead producer Catherine Schreiber talks to us about actually achieving the dream.

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