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A kooky, spooky new musical brings madcap seances and strange ghost stories to Soho's new Boulevard Theatre
Soho's new Boulvard Theatre opens this autumn with all day dining, dizzying feats of tech, late night cabaret, comedy and a spiritual new musical
The classic fairy tale is told in song and dance in a traditional German opera rethought for a modern audience in a suitably outdoor setting
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2019 is aglow with stars including John Malkovich, Claire Foy and Jake Gyllenhaal
The team behind Sh!t Theatre takes on everyone’s favourite festive romcom, Love Actually, at Camden’s People Theatre this Christmas
A new site-specific production of David Hare's verbatim play about railway privatisation chugs to life underground in The Vaults
The Young Vic 2020 season spans House Music Opera to radically re-worked Ibsen and a new take on Hamlet. Here's what to book
Academy Award-nominee Ruth Negga makes her Young Vic debut as Portia Coughlan in haunting Irish play about family and nation
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Georges Seurat as the five-star Broadway production of Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George comes to London
Ovid's underworld myth gets a radical update with a blend of opera and house music in a world premiere by barritone Nmon Ford
International theatre's most in-demand auteur is directing the legendary Comédie-Française company in his adaptation of Luchino Visconti's 1969 film
Ibsen's classic Nora: A Doll's House is reworked into three different time periods by bold playwright Stef Smith
Immersive performance experts Colab Theatre are bringing a challenging production to London with Spy Cinema, where the audience takes control of the mission
London's best open air theatre: summer is coming and culture's heading outside with a season of unmissable outdoor performances across the city
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
After dazzling in New York, Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Fairview interrogates our preconceptions of race at the Young Vic
A new play from David Mamet: Bitter Wheat brings the origin of #MeToo to the stage as John Malkovich plays Harvey Weinstein
Laughter comes to The Old Vic: Andrew Scott stars in Noel Coward's autobiograhical farce about an actor's midlife crisis
Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah collaborates with Idris Elba in new multi-media musical Tree
In Shakespeare, Tolkien, Others & You, Sir Ian McKellen guides audiences through a retrospective of his 50-year career
Ferrante fever reignites as April De Angelis's stage adaptation of the Neapolitan novels comes to the National Theatre
Beatrix Potter's beloved characters are coming to life in Theatre Royal Haymarket's play, Where Is Peter Rabbit? Radishes at the ready...
A West End transfer is announced for Marianne Elliott's stunning, sold out production of Death of a Salesman at the Young Vic
Billionaire Boy lands at the Bloomsbury just in time for Christmas
From Kids' Week to theatre lotteries, we've got all the ways to help you score cheap - and even free - theatre tix for the kids.
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on the West End and beyond
Escape to Narnia and feel what it's like to be Big: these are the can't miss, kid-friendly shows to see this autumn.
Seize your second chance to see some our favourite plays from the last year as they transfer to the West End due to popular demand
Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy star in Robert Chevara’s acclaimed production of Philip Ridley’s Vincent River.
Strap yourself in for an hour of drag, cabaret, music and circus with larger-than-life theatre troupe YUMMY
The best new plays to see in London this June - featuring immersive Shakespeare, a Harvey Weinstein satire and plenty of promising premieres
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist