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Another day, another Arthur Miller opening in London in a season that sees a plethora of the American playwright’s work popping up across the...

Something of a dream team has been assembled for this stage adaptation of Joseph Mankiewicz’s 1950 black-and-white classic film about a Broadway icon and...

Playwrights, like fashions, go in and out of style, and in 2019 Arthur Miller is back in a big way in London. Ahead of...

Openings don’t come much more anticipated than this. Not just a new Martin Crimp play. Not just a new Martin Crimp play directed by...

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...
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