The cast includes Adrian Scarborough and Ed Stoppard
Production photos of King Lear starring Simon Russell-Beale at the National Theatre
A round-up of reviews of Hedda Gabler starring Sheridan Smith at the Old Vic Theatre in London
Olivier Award-winning actress Sheridan Smith stars as Hedda Gabler in Anna Mackmin’s brand new production of Ibsen’s drama, in an adaptation by Brian Friel. Also stars Buffy Davis, Anne Reid, Adrian Scarborough and Fenella Woolgar.
SPECIAL OFFER: Save £13.50 on tickets to see new Cameron Mackintosh musical Betty Blue Eyes at the Novello Theatre in London
SPECIAL OFFER: Enjoy a delicious free dinner at either Porter’s English restaurant or Maxwell’s restaurant – both in Covent Garden – when booking a full price £59.50 ticket to see Betty Blue Eyes.
One of the highlights of the West End’s year took place on Wednesday, as a star-studded audience gathered at the Novello Theatre in London for the first night of Betty Blue Eyes, produced by Cameron Mackintosh.
A review of Betty Blue Eyes at the Novello Theatre in London
Exclusive photos of new Cameron Mackintosh musical Betty Blue Eyes at the Novello Theatre in London
Thea Sharrock’s award-winning production of Terence Rattigan’s drama After The Dance at the National Theatre may be Broadway-bound.
And its star – Benedict Cumberbatch, who is currently wowing audiences at the National Theatre in Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein, may be heading with it.
In a star-studded awards ceremony last night, Sunday 13 March, at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, the Society of London Theatre held their 35th annual theatre awards ceremony.
REECE SHEARSMITH in Betty Blue Eyes
SARAH LANCASHIRE in Betty Blue Eyes
Booking has opened for new Cameron Mackintosh musical Betty Blue Eyes, coming into the West End this Spring.
EVENING STANDARD THEATRE AWARDS – SHORTLIST 2010
This year’s London Evening Standard Theatre Awards long-list of nominees has been announced.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD THEATRE AWARDS – NOMINEES 2010
OLIVIER AWARDS – Best Supporting Winners
AFTER THE DANCE – Lyttleton Theatre (National Theatre) – Review