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Pinter at the Pinter, Jamie Lloyd’s season of one-act Pinter plays at the West End theatre bearing the playwright’s name, rolls on into the...

Uh-oh. What’s he done this time? In recent years, Joe Hill-Gibbins has earned himself a reputation as a director unafraid to stage outrageously bold...

Danai Gurira isn’t a particularly well-known name in British theatre, but it soon will be. The Zimbabwean-American writer and actor rose to fame on...

The Palladium Pantomime is back for the third year in a row. Reinstated after a 30-year absence in 2016, panto production giant Qdos’ big-budget...

It might be panto season, but there’s nothing remotely festive about this. The late Sam Shepard’s 1980 play True West – with its oblique...

“When shall we three meet again?” ask the three witches at the beginning of Macbeth. Probably quite soon is the answer this year, when...

Is this the next globe-trotting, all-conquering, chart-topping US musical sensation? Anais Mitchell’s Hadestown has taken a long time to reach the big time, starting...

Pinter at the Pinter, Jamie Lloyd’s star-studded West End season of one-act Harold Pinter plays at the theatre named after the legendary playwright, continues...

White Teeth is sacred ground for some. Zadie Smith’s debut novel, published 18 years ago now, is arguably the best British novel of the...
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