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London’s had its fill of Arthur Miller in the last few months – The Price in the West End, The Crucible at The Yard...

Is it just me or are we losing lone voices? Read the review round-ups that roll out after big openings and, more often than...

There have been four fruits of the partnership between the English National Opera and commercial producers GradeLinnit so far – semi-staged productions of Chess,...

Arthur Miller here, Arthur Miller there, Arthur Miller everywhere. After high-profile revivals of The Price, The American Clock and The Crucible comes All My...

Stage appearances don’t get much more sensational than this: Maggie Smith, aged 84, making her first theatre appearance for 12 years. The legendary actor,...

For a play of such status, Caryl Churchill’s 1982 classic Top Girls doesn’t get produced nearly as much as one might expect. There have...

American playwright Bruce Norris’ 2010 work Clybourne Park was a certified sensation. Written as a sequel to Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin In The Sun,...

If Jamie Lloyd’s Pinter at the Pinter season was the main course – dish after dish of one-act Harold Pinter plays in the West...

This is a landmark production. Waitress is the first West End musical – it was the first Broadway musical too – to have an...
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