THEATRE

A scintillating and delightful revival of the 1963 Broadway musical She Loves Me ends a triumphant year for the Menier Chocolate Factory. The venue’s...

When Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Treasure Island, Hull’s fishing fleets were making perilous trips to the Arctic. The thought of those icy journeys were...

The Royal Variety Performance returns for a second time to the Apollo Hammersmith, with HRH Charles, the Prince of Wales on duty, accompanied by...

In A Chorus Line, arguably the greatest of all musicals about the business of being a professional stage dancer, one of those auditioning receives...

George S Kaufman and Moss Hart’s 1930 comedy is set in a time of great change in the entertainment industry. It takes place during...

The festive period offers the perfect excuse for theatres not participating in pantomime to indulge in their own silly season. Bryony Lavery’s 1991 play (it’s...

What drives a son to kill his father? That's the question at the heart of Sergio Blanco's Thebes Land, a dark, slippery Latin American import about a damaged...

The Attic Theatre Company has been going for over 20 years – its last outing was with Beacons, a new play, at the Park...

It’s not just the fruit that’s oversized in Northern Stage’s production of Roald Dahl’s 1961 novel James and the Giant Peach. Everything about this...

As metaphors go, the yacht True Love is a fairly clumsy one, but it acts as a linchpin to the Cole Porter's musical comedy...

How thrilling it is that Broadway, a place largely turned into a destination to make money not art, is still capable of producing shows...

To be, or not to be good. That’s the question facing Pinocchio when he finds it's harder being a boy than a puppet. If...
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