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West End

When she made her London stage debut in 1970, Carol Channing came trailing glory as a Tony award-winning Broadway veteran of 20 years and...

Royal Shakespeare Company bosses have entered crucial negotiations with Cameron Mackintosh about the organisation's royalties entitlement once the original production of Les Miserables closes...

Michael Wild was the nearly man of British musical theatre in a career that saw him produce more than 40 such works. His few...

Tony award-winning director Diane Paulus – whose production of Waitress comes to the West End next month – has claimed a world in turmoil...

At the turn of the century, when Madonna opened in the play Up for Grabs at the Wyndham's Theatre, a front stalls ticket cost £37.50 – a new record...

There is one figure who, for reasons of eligibility, is perennially absent from The Stage 100, our list of the most influential people in...

More than 800 people have signed a petition calling on Cameron Mackintosh to retain the original production of Les Miserables in the West End. It...

Being shown around Kilburn’s refurbished Kiln Theatre last year, I was delighted by the new street-facing cafe that makes the entrance so much more...

Female theatregoers would need an hour-long interval to all be able to use the toilet at an average West End theatre, new research suggests. The...
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