Theatre News

Rambert dancer Liam Francis in Life Is A Dream (Photo: Nicola Selby)

Rambert to craft new full-length dance work

Internationally renowned dance company Rambert will create a two-act, modern reimagining of the 17th century play Life Is A Dream next year, its first full-length narrative dance work in over 30 years.

Stomp celebrates 15 years in London's West End

Percussive smash-hit Stomp marked 15 years in London's West End at the Ambassadors Theatre last night with on-stage celebrations and, of course, birthday cake.

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Introducing the Wicked London cast 2017

10 questions with the new cast of Wicked

To be cast in Wicked, you need three things: talent, perseverance, and a strong sense of emojis. We put the new Wicked London cast of 2017/18 to the test.

Craig Revel Horwood as Miss Hannigan in Annie (Photo: Matt Crockett)

Q&A: Craig Revel Horwood on Annie

Miss Hannigan’s orphanage has a new head honcho - "hard as nails" star Craig Revel Horwood has returned to the role, and told us why Miss Hannigan isn't cruel, but misunderstood.

Nikki Amuka-Bird (Ellida) in rehearsals for The Lady From The Sea at the Donmar Warehouse (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

In rehearsal: The Lady From The Sea

Ibsen's marital masterpiece once again poses the ultimate question in Elinor Cook's new version for the Donmar Warehouse: follow your heart, or settle for security?

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Video interview: Venus In Fur

We chatted to Natalie Dormer and David Oakes, stars of the upcoming Venus In Fur, about hysteria in the rehearsal room, knee high leather boots, and er, sadomasochism.

Albion rehearsals. Victoria Hamilton (Audrey Walters) (Photo: Marc Brenner)

In rehearsal: Albion

Albion is a new play by Mike Bartlett, directed by Rupert Goold, their first collaboration following their international award-winning production of King Charles III.

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Reasons to see: Ramona Tells Jim

Tue 26 Sep 2017

Ramona Tells Jim is a darkly comic play about young love, one mistake, and the consequences that follow. Here’s why we think you should see it.

Derren Brown: Underground at the Playhouse Theatre (Photo: Mark Douet)

Reasons to see: Derren Brown: Underground

Mon 18 Sep 2017

Check out our (spoiler-free!) reasons why you should catch the mind-bending manipulator and illusionist in his latest absorbing, and surprisingly tender, West End production.

Follies at the National Theatre (Photo: Johan Persson)

Reasons to see: Follies

Mon 11 Sep 2017

Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical is staged in spectacular style at the National Theatre. Here are our reasons to see this dazzling new production.