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Anthony Sher and Alex Hassell in rehearsal for Death of a Salesman. Photo: Ellie Kurttz

Two of the greatest dramatic and musical achievements of the last century on Broadway receive major revivals this week, headlining a period that's also...
London mayor Boris Johnson: "We must bring the tourism and cultural sectors closer together"

Cultural tourism – including theatregoing – contributes £3.2 billion a year to London’s economy, new research has revealed. The report, called The Value of Cultural...
Stomp is among shows Amazon Local will be selling tickets for

UPDATE This story was updated on March 24 to reflect new information that came to light. Online retailer Amazon has expanded a service it offers selling theatre...
Siobhan McCarthy and Jeremy Secomb in Sweeney Todd Harrington's Pie and Mash. Photo: Tristram Kenton

I  love going back to see things I've seen (and enjoyed) before: there's obviously a risk that it won't live up to the memory,...

War Horse has extended its booking period in the West End until February next year. It had been booking at the New London Theatre until...

West End musical Made in Dagenham is to close in April after a run of five months. The show, at the Adelphi Theatre and starring...

Lara Pulver will reprise her role as Louise in the West End transfer of the musical Gypsy, with Peter Davison joining the cast. Both join...

West End musical The Commitments has extended its run at the Palace Theatre to September next year. It had previously been booking until April, but...

West End show The Play That Goes Wrong has recouped its £250,000 production costs in 12 weeks, its producers have claimed. The show, produced by...