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Tom Hollander reprises his role as the Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky in Peter Morgan’s brilliant new play Patriots, transferring to the West End for 2023
From the West End premiere of a Martin McDonagh classic to new work conceived by and starring the great Mark Rylance, June's best new theatre shows
The European premiere of Broadway hit Clyde's reunites Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage with director Lynette Linton at the Donmar Warehouse
Gorgeous staging and near-perfect performances can’t mask the ick factor of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love, revived at the West End’s Lyric Theatre
Elle While’s sorcery-led production explores The Dream’s darker undertones, with Globe boss Michelle Terry delivering a nightmarish Puck
The Jamie Lloyd Company brings Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Sunset Boulevard to a new generation with a production starring pop star Nicole Scherzinger
Sean Holmes's stripped back production of The Comedy of Errors at Shakespeare's Globe is raucously entertaining and joyously funny
Brokeback Mountain looks the part and is fronted by two worthy stars, but this mechanical production fails to capture the intense longing of the story
Ola Ince’s revival of Olivier-winning musical Once On This Island is performed with gusto at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Olivier-winning duo Bertie Carvel (Ink) and Patsy Ferran (Summer and Smoke) star in Richard Jones's revival of Pygmalion for the Old Vic
Brian Cox returns to the West End for the first time in almost a decade to star in Jeremy Herrin’s starry revival of Long Day’s Journey into Night
SpitLip’s World War II-set musical comedy Operation Mincemeat triumphs on the West End stage, coupling pre-loved performances with a design glow-up
David Tennant and Cush Jumbo star in Max Webster's production of Macbeth – the last in the Donmar Warehouse's 30th birthday season
Lolita Chakrabarti's adaptation of Maggie O’Farrell’s best-selling novel Hamnet comes to the West End for a 14-week run
A well-timed revival of the Italian satire, riddled with contemporary references to the ongoing scrutiny of London’s Metropolitan Police
Operation Mincemeat creators SpitLip speak to Culture Whisper about the show's West End ascension and why, as musical theatre sceptics, they decided to write one
Mark Gatiss and Johnny Flynn are riveting in The Motive and the Cue: Jack Thorne's study of the famous Gielgud/Burton Hamlet, directed here by Sam Mendes
Brid Brennan is compelling as the central character in Dixon and Daughters, a play about the consequences of male violence against women now at the Dorfman Theatre
London's love affair with musicals shows no sign of abating, with beloved revivals and fresh arrivals landing this May. Elsewhere, outdoor theatres reopen!
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
From the National Theatre to the West End: Lyndsey Turner's production of The Crucible is back on stage with a new cast including Milly Alcock and Brian Gleeson
Ivo van Hove’s A Little Life is as relentless and harrowing as you’d expect, but artfully staged and led by a breathtaking central performance from James Norton
The 2023 Olivier Award winners in full, plus interviews with Jodie Comer, Marisha Wallace, My Neighbour Totoro's Tom Morton-Smith and more
It's a starry month on the London stage (see The Motive and the Cue and Private Lives in particular), and there's revivals aplenty celebrating the classics
Dr Semmelweis, a play originated by and starring Mark Rylance, comes to the West End’s Harold Pinter Theatre following a critically acclaimed run at Bristol Old Vic
Writing royalty Jack Thorne and the Duffer Brothers, together with Kate Trefry, bring Netflix's hit sci-fi series Stranger Things to the West End stage
Playwright James Graham turns his attention to football, exploring the struggles of the England men's team through their manager Gareth Southgate at the National
Director Nicholas Hytner, designer extraordinaire Bunny Christie and a team of tip-top musical theatre talent make this immersive Guys and Dolls a rip-roaring sensation
From musical revivals to quality kids' shows, here's what you can see at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre this summer
Returning favourite Dinosaur World Live brings to life prehistoric heroes from the Jurassic times in the leafy confines of Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Director Timothy Sheader helms a long-awaited revival of Olivier and Tony-winning musical La Cage aux Folles at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Writer Carl Grose and director Melly Still promise to send arrows flying in a bold new direction with their production of Robin Hood for Regent's Park Open Air Theatre