Kander and Ebb’s iconic Cabaret will be revived in a new site-specific production directed by Rebecca Frecknall this November. Continue reading Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley to star in West End revival of Cabaret
The Islington theatre has announced a raft of new plays for 2021, including the UK stage debut of Academy Award-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan. Continue reading Almeida Theatre announce reopening season including Macbeth, Hymn and Spring Awakening
Featuring a new British creative team, the Broadway import makes it’s European premiere at Leicester Curve in April 2022. Continue reading The Cher Show announces UK and Ireland tour
Following critically acclaimed stage adaptations of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, the RSC again collaborate with Hilary Mantel for the final instalment in her trilogy. Continue reading RSC to premiere Hilary Mantel’s The Mirror and the Light in the West End
Cat Goscovitch’s new one woman play officially opens in the Cotswolds tonight, prior to a London transfer. Continue reading Photos: First look at A Russian Doll at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester
Lead casting has also been announced for the show, which reopens at the Aldywch Theatre this summer. Continue reading Tina – The Tina Turner Musical to reopen in the West End in July
Co-artistic directors Roy Alexander Weise and Bryony Shanahan reveal a new season of shows at the Manchester theatre, opening from next month.
Continue reading Manchester’s Royal Exchange announces new season of shows
Get a first look at Far From Heaven and #50Days, as they relaunch the Turbine Theatre with MTFestUK. Continue reading Photos: First look at Far From Heaven and #50Days in MTFestUK at Turbine Theatre
The Olivier Award-winning musical is now booking at London’s Phoenix Theatre to February 2022. Continue reading Come From Away extends West End booking to 2022
The three-week outdoor festival of theatre, film, comedy and more comes to Ancoats’ Electric Park from 16th July. Continue reading Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre announce outdoor festival Hope Fest
In this long-read, Robert Wallace speaks to a variety of critics to explore where theatre criticism has been, where it is, and where it is going next. Continue reading Did Quarantine Kill the Theatre Critic?