The latest in our show-by-show guides to this year’s This Morning Audience Award is Stomp. Could the production’s 13th year in London prove lucky for them…
We’re more than half way through our guides to the This Morning Audience Award shows. Today we take a look at why the legendary The Phantom Of The Opera is worthy of your vote.
Kids Week, our annual kids go free ticket promotion, will return this summer, offering families the chance to see a host of London shows for less throughout the entire month of August.
The General Election, Shakespeare, sailors and a much-loved toy rabbit will all play a part in the Unicorn Theatre’s forthcoming spring/summer season.
A wonder of theatricality, invention and design - beautiful, bonkers, emotionally-draining and, at points, fabulously funny - acclaimed Irish production Lippy comes to the Young Vic.
Charles Edwards, best known to period drama fans as Downton Abbey’s Michael Gregson will star at Shakespeare’s Globe this summer, taking the title role in Richard II.
The Young Vic’s critically acclaimed production of Golem will transfer to the West End this spring, playing a limited five-week season at the Trafalgar Studio 1 in April.
A series of stories drawn from Michael Frayn’s latest book Matchbox Theatre will be brought to life on stage at the Hampstead Theatre this spring.
If who gets your vote for the This Morning Audience Award at this year’s Oliviers is still a mystery, take a look at our guide to The Mousetrap.
Jonathan Slinger is to don Willy Wonka’s top hat from 4 May when he takes over as the iconic chocolatier in the London musical theatre production of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory.
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