Politics is on everyone's radar right now, and it's been a recurring theme on the stage for many years. From Shakespeare to Sondheim, we took at look at some of the most notable shows that tackle the subject.
Images have been released of rehearsals for the new West End production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, and on the basis of them, we're less afraid than incredibly excited.
Circus, street and theatre performance show Soho will have its world premiere in the West End at the Peacock Theatre in May.
Cameron Mackintosh and Jeffrey Seller announce the first release of tickets for London production of Hamilton.
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.
Sadler’s Wells Wild Card returns in 2017, offering a bespoke evening of works curated by the next generation of dance makers, with Dan Daw in late March.
With Mischief Theatre’s production of The Play That Goes Wrong soon to open on Broadway, the company has today announced the new cast for its critically acclaimed play The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.
Liam Brennan, who plays the inspector, and Sara Pink, from the City Of London, take us on a tour of the City Of London Police Museum.
America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell.