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Duke of York's Theatre

Written in 1886, Ibsen’s infrequently revived Rosmersholm is a play of upheaval and change. The house of the Rosmer family becomes the site of...

The Half God of Rainfall – Kiln Theatre, London The new play by Inua Ellams, writer of the majestic Barber Shop Chronicles, is about a young...

Rebecca Frecknall’s emotionally rich production of Tennessee Williams’ previously unloved play loses very little of the intimacy or delicacy in its transfer to the...

Ian McKellen gave an impromptu ‘Audience with…’ event at the weekend, after an injury forced him to pull out of performing the title role...

There’s certainly something poetic about Ian McKellen playing King Lear in the West End. Age 79, he’s joining a small circle of great actors...

Intimacy and intensity sold audiences and critics on Ian McKellen’s King Lear in Chichester last year. Jonathan Munby’s regal production was squished into a...

The cast and creatives of the all-female Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour have criticised the continued underrepresentation of female-led stories in theatre. The production, which...

Lee Hall's riotous, abrasive theatrical adaptation of Alan Warner's novel The Sopranos was a big hit when it premiered at the 2015 Edinburgh fringe....

"The critics? No, I have nothing but compassion for them. How can I hate the crippled, the mentally deficient, and the dead?," declares Sir,...
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