Sex With Strangers, which has opened at the Hampstead Theatre, is an intriguing modern-day love story. Starring Emilia Fox and Theo James, the play is an exploration of passion, desire and ambition.
As the dust settles on the opening night of BU21, a play following six Londoners in the aftermath of a fictitious terrorist attack, we caught up with the show’s director, Dan Pick.
We chatted to The Kite Runner team backstage after this week's opening night at the Wyndham's Theatre.
Patrick Marber's new version of Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler recently opened at the National Theatre.
Saint Joan, George Bernard Shaw’s masterful retelling of the story of the French saint, recently opened at Donmar Warehouse.
Michael Frayn’s Wild Honey, an adaptation of Chekov's Platonov, opens at the Hampstead Theatre
Once In A Lifetime at the Young Vic is a hilarious, mad-cap comedy about three New Yorkers who spot a unique opportunity to milk a momentous revelation in cinema.
Sleeping Beauty awakens at Hackney Empire.
Dark, difficult and devastating. And to quote Barnaby Kay, who stars in the show as Tilden, 'you've got Ed bloody Harris in it'.
For anyone who might have a Black Mirror-shaped hole in their lives, I couldn’t recommend The Sewing Group more...