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Olivier Awards with MasterCard
Fri 28 Nov 2014 10:00
Olivier Awards unite with This Morning

The Olivier Awards 2015 with MasterCard has revealed it has joined forces with the hugely popular ITV daytime programme This Morning to present this year’s coveted Audience Award.

Tue 25 Nov 2014 17:56
Stephen Mangan joins Rules For Living

Stephen Mangan (pictured with Gemma Arterton) will join fellow comedy actor Miles Jupp in Sam Holcroft’s new play Rules For Living when it opens at the National Theatre next year.

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Profile: Maggie Smith

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Tue 25 Nov 2014 11:46
Profile: Maggie Smith

As the BFI prepares for its season dedicated to the colossal talent that is Dame Maggie Smith, we take a look at the Olivier Award winner’s career on stage.

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In rehearsal: City Of Angels

In rehearsal: City Of Angels

For a noir-inspired musical, Katherine Kelly, Samantha Barks and co seem to be having a remarkably light-hearted time in rehearsals for City Of Angels.

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In pictures: Ronan opens in Once

In pictures: Ronan opens in Once

Life may indeed be a rollercoaster for Boyzone’s Ronan Keating, but, judging from the turnout for his Once press night, his celebrity pals certainly love him for a reason…

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First look: Ronan Keating in Once

First look: Ronan Keating in Once

Boyzone fans can delight as the second member of the boy band to make his West End debut this year takes to the stage in Once. Take a first look at Ronan Keating in the Olivier Award-winning show here.

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In rehearsal: Mother Goose

In rehearsal: Mother Goose

Take one golden egg, a touch of Olivier Award-winning magic, a large helping of talented young performers and the expertise of a venue famous for its festive offerings. Mix it all together and you might just have the perfect recipe for a winning panto…

First Nights

Ronan Keating in Once at the Phoenix Theatre (Photo: Brinkhoff Mögenburg)Wed 26 Nov 2014

Once

Forget Falling Slowly, as Ronan Keating makes an astounding West End debut you’ll fall very quickly – if you haven’t already – for this witty and moving musical.

Amanda Abbington and Nancy Allsop in God Bless The Child at the Royal Court Theatre (Photo: Manuel Harlan)Fri 21 Nov 2014

God Bless The Child

Molly Davies has crafted a satirical treat that transports you – quite literally thanks to Chloe Lamford’s transformative design – back to primary school as a group of spirited eight-year-olds start...

Behind The Beautiful Forevers (Photo: Richard Hubert Smith)Wed 19 Nov 2014

Behind The Beautiful Forevers

Rufus Norris’ rich and colourful production shocks and saddens but is a sure sign of great things to come for the National Theatre in 2015.