west end

West End box office has gone up for a 13th year in a row. It’s tempting to just shrug your shoulders and think ’premium prices’...

West End theatres are at their busiest since records began, with Theatreland also reporting a 13th year of growth at the box office in...

Hot on the heels of Matthew Bourne's adaptation of the 1948 dance film The Red Shoes as a new narrative ballet comes this Broadway...

Secondary ticketing site Viagogo has been branded “a blot on the landscape” by the ticketing director for forthcoming West End musical Hamilton. Keith Kenny, sales...

Audience members have been banned from eating during performances of West End play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, “out of consideration for the actors...

The Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre have written to the government calling for a “fundamental review” of the planned increase in business...

Theatre workers have come together to launch a campaign that hopes to combat the “inexcusable” lack of recycling in the West End. Save the Planet,...

Much is made these days of our isolated social bubbles. So I wasn't surprised to be contacted, independently, by two prominent London producers following...

As Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s The Girls opens in the West End, Matthew Hemley met with its cast and creators to find out...
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