New Wimbledon Theatre

'Emma Rice kicks off' was a phrase heard in plenty of corners of the theatre world last week, but only in our critics' picks...

This Broadway musical, based on a French stage farce, caused a revolution when it first premiered in 1983. A family entertainment that put onstage...

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...

Arlene Phillips makes her pantomime debut in a lavish Dick Whittington in Wimbledon, where the streets may not be paved with gold, but everything...

In 1913 Louis Feuillade thrilled France with his series of silent movies about Fantomas and his vampire gang. Hotel for Criminals distils these stories...

It's always a pleasure to revisit Little Shop of Horrors, if not actually go flower shopping there. At a time when its creators Alan...

Despite the notable absence of a dame, the New Wimbledon panto is unashamedly old fashioned. There’s no attempt at subversion here. It’s not that...

Here's a show that's precisely and unashamedly about what's on the label: Judy – The Songbook of Judy Garland is nothing more than an...

Catherine Usher talks to David Bedella about how his varied career via shows such as Jerry Springer - The Opera and Holby City has led him to south-west London this winter
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