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Garrick Theatre

In 1769, a canny town council invited the great actor-manager David Garrick to donate a statue of Stratford’s famous son to adorn the niche...

Based on the long-dead TV show of the same name, Brainiac Live has toured the globe with its stage show for young audiences since...

Bitter Wheat is not a play about Harvey Weinstein. Absolutely not. David Mamet’s play is actually about Barney Fein, a manipulative movie mogul who...

David Mamet, thorn in the side of political correctness, is back in London with another play about a powerful man accused of sexually assaulting...

Following a UK tour and a brief stint at the Palladium last year Rip It Up - The 60s gets a limited transfer to...

First staged in 2016, the 400th anniversary of Cervantes' death, James Fenton’s adaptation of Don Quixote compresses the sprawling novel into just under three...

West End theatre operator Nimax has begun testing how noisy the food it sells to audiences is, in a bid to quell complaints around...

Talk about reanimating the dead. US comedy legend Mel Brooks' classic 1974 spoof film Young Frankenstein had been gathering dust for 33 years until...

Reanimation is a tricky thing. Time is a variable you ignore at your peril. There’s an argument to be made that Mel Brooks’ glorious...
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