Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:03
West End leading lady Maria Friedman will join a host of London’s established and emerging musical theatre stars when she leads the cast of annual festive celebration Christmas In New York.
Mon 20 Oct 2008 16:03
Little Angel theatre will delve into the imaginative world of children’s author Roald Dahl for its festive show this year, a musical adaptation of Dahl’s book The Giraffe And The Pelly And Me.
Mon 20 Oct 2008 11:30
Julie Atherton will return to the cast of Avenue Q on 1 December for the show’s final few months at the Noël Coward theatre. The half puppet, half human cast will pack its bags on 28 March 2009 when the show ends its run after nearly three years in the West End.
Fri 17 Oct 2008 17:23
Riflemind, the new play by Sydney Theatre Company’s Andrew Upton, will close at Trafalgar Studios on 25 October after a run of just over a month. It had been booking until 3 January.
Fri 17 Oct 2008 15:48
Clive Rowe returns to the Hackney Empire once again this Christmas to take on dame duties in the venue’s pantomime, Mother Goose, which opens on 4 December after previews from 29 November.
Fri 17 Oct 2008 14:43
Ken Stott (pictured, with Tamsin Greig) will return to the London stage in 2009 to lead the cast of Arthur Miller’s A View From The Bridge, which opens at the Duke of York’s theatre in February.
Fri 17 Oct 2008 12:28
Tim Firth’s stage adaptation of the hit film Calendar Girls will open in the West End on 4 April at the Noël Coward theatre after completing its current regional tour.
Fri 17 Oct 2008 11:40
Three lads from Bromley find their Saturday night pint-drinking competition rudely interrupted by an event that will shatter their lives in Ali Taylor’s punchy, gripping play at the Soho theatre.
Thu 16 Oct 2008 11:39
Bertie Carvel and JJ Feild will head the cast of The Pride, by Alexi Kaye Campbell, when it opens in the Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Upstairs on 26 November (previews from 21 November).
Thu 16 Oct 2008 10:46
A towering bronze door – epic, monumental, regal, yet tarnished – dominates the Paul Brown-designed Olivier theatre stage, watching over Sophocles’s tragic tale with unwavering, unemotional solidarity.