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Garrick Theatre

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...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week's highlights include the first nights of...

It's safe to say that the Boy With Tape on His Face has made it to the big time. The mime artist made it...

One of life's more resourceful misers might turn stale brioche loaves into chocolate brioche pudding, with a recipe stating "the staler the brioche the...

What could be more apt during the panto season in this politically farcical year than a play about the House of Commons? James Graham's This...

Kenneth Branagh doesn’t make life easy for himself. After a 13-month residency of six plays at the Garrick Theatre, whose stars have included Judi...

"Bloody Poles and Irish!" This is the opening line of John Osborne's 1957 play about the dying embers of the British Empire. It’s a...
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