What to See in 2017 It looks like the coming new year will be a cracker for the Theatre, so we've put together our 'What to See in 2017' List. From the West End to off-West End and even a movie, there's plenty to look forward to in 2017.
The Best of 2016 List We think most people would probably agree that 2016 has been an all round shocker, but for the theatre; it has been a truly exceptional year. The quality of productions, whether on the West End or off it, has set a new high standard, as demonstrated by the
Review: Million Dollar Quartet at The Royal Festival Hall 20th December 2016 Review by Greg Stewart Buy Tickets I have to confess; the songs of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins have never featured on any Spotify playlist of mine. All
London Theatre Opening and Closing Week Commencing Monday 19th December 2016 The Kite Runner opening 21st December at The Wyndhams Theatre Based on Khaled Hosseini’s international best-selling novel, this powerful story has now been adapted into a stunning new stage production. A haunting
'Britney' Comes to The Vault Festival 15th December 2016 Theatre Weekly Press Fresh from a sell-out debut at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe, Britney is a two-woman sketch show from prize-winning playwright Charly Clive and ex-Cambridge Footlight Ellen Robertson coming to VAULT Festival 2017 for its final run.
Review: Rent at the St James Theatre 13th December 2016 Review by Greg Stewart Bohemia is alive! Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Jonathan Larsons’ ground-breaking Rent is at The St James Theatre as part of its UK tour. Bruce Guthrie directs the revival of the
National Youth Theatre Holding Auditions Across The Country 13th December 2016 Theatre Weekly Press The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain (NYT), the UK’s leading youth arts organisation, is holding auditions and interviews across the country for its 2017 acting and backstage summer courses. Successful applicants will
Mathew Horne Joins Cast of the Miser 12th December 2016 Theatre Weekly Press Buy Tickets Full casting has been announced for a major West End revival of Molière’s classic comedy The Miser. The full cast, which includes Mathew Horne, join previously announced Griff Rhys Jones who returns
London Theatre Opening and Closing Week Commencing Monday 12th December 2016 Matthew Bourne The Red Shoes opening 14th December at Sadlers Wells A beloved fairy tale and Academy Award-winning movie, The Red Shoes has seduced audiences and inspired generations of dancers with its tale of obsession,
Review: Muted at The Bunker Theatre 9th December 2016 Review by Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Thanks to determination, perseverance and crowdfunding, Muted has finally made it to its opening night at The Bunker Theatre. With music and lyrics by Tim Prottey-Jones and Tori Allen-Martin, the