West End extensions confirmed for ‘Six’ and ‘Magic Goes Wrong’.
Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon, transfers to the West End’s Arts Theatre following its sell-out hit season the St James Theatre Victoria.
Celebrating its twentieth anniversary year, Jonathan Harvey’s award-winning and much-loved urban love story Beautiful Thing returns to the West End starring Suranne Jones.
Jonathan Harvey’s Beautiful Thing returns to the West End’s Arts Theatre
New cast announced for Ghost Stories at the Arts Theatre in London
Ghost Stories at the Arts Theatre extends its run to January 2015 – more tickets released
Denise Van Outen stars in musical play Some Girl I Used To Know featuring great songs from the 80’s and 90’s.
Not for the faint hearted , the truly terrifying theatrical experience of Ghost Stories is back in the West End.
Scary play Ghost Stories is extending its run at the Arts Theatre.
Production photos of Dickens Abridged at the Arts Theatre
The Reduced Shakespeare Company founder Adam Long brings his high-speed journey through Dickens to the Arts Theatre this Christmas.
Darren Day stars in new British musical The Golden Voice at the Arts Theatre, written by West End musical director and vocal coach Nick Fogarty and directed by Guy Retallack.
Production photos of Beautiful Thing at the Arts Theatre
Cast Photos: Beautiful Thing at the Arts Theatre starring Suranne Jones
Production photos of The Tailor-Made Man at the Arts Theatre
What’s playing and coming up at the Arts Theatre
American Justice is Richard Vergette’s drama about guilt and redemption in America’s prison system, starring Ryan Gage, David Schall and Peter Tate.
Join The Cat in the Hat on this magical musical world of Dr Seuss in Seussical The Musical.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Jonathan Harvey’s breakout play Beautiful Thing, a new production will be staged in the West End this Spring starring Suranne Jones.
Acclaimed, award-winning British actor Simon Callow stars in his one-man show that brings to life the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre.
Spin that disco ball and get yourself down to the Arts Theatre this August for some serious glamoour, as the Drag Divas hit town.
Simon Callow presents Charles Dickens’s classic tale A Christmas Carol in a magical performance that is by turns hilarious, heart-breaking, visionary, a celebration of goodness, a plea for justice and a promise of redemption.
Max Stafford Clark directs this delightful, acclaimed production adapted from James Boswell’s Life of Samuel Johnson, starring Ian Redford as Samuel Johnson, Russell Barr as a host of characters from James Boswell to King George III and Trudie Styler as society hostess Mrs Thrale.
Following a hugely successful run in New York and the Edinburgh Festival, Nichola McAuliffe writes and stars in an extraordinary, true-life tale of international politics and the media about Mirza Tahir Hussain, a British Subject who spent 18 years on Death Row.
Meera Syal stars as actress June Buckridge, who plays a beloved nurse in a popular radio soap but in real-life is the gin-guzzling, cigar-chomping opposite of the sweet character she plays. This new production of Frank Marcus’s classic, controversial play is directed by Iqbal Khan and also stars Belinda Lang.
Slinky, sexy comedy from LA writer Frank Strausser starring Coronation Street’s Gray O’Brien, Josefina Gabrielle, Tessa Peake-Jones and Daniel Weyman. Directed by Glen Walford (Shirley Valentine).
Exclusive Photo shoot with Anita Dobson and Greta Scacchi as Bette and Joan at the Arts Theatre in London
Former Corrie actor Gray O’Brien, who played killer Tony Gordon in the long-running soap, is set to tread the London boards this summer.
Production photos for new play Bette & Joan, which tackles the long-running feud between Hollywood stars Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
GRETA SCACCHI in Bette & Joan
ANITA DOBSON in Bette & Joan
A publicity still has been released for new play Bette & Joan, which will tackle the long-running feud between Hollywood stars Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
The world premiere of a new play based on the long-running feud between Hollywood movie stars Bette Davis and Joan Crawford starring Anita Dobson and Greta Scacchi.
On the back of news that a new play is heading to the West End about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and their time spent filming classic movie Whatever Happened To Baby Jane, Binkie thought it would be helpful to provide the producers with some alternative casting advice lest Anita Dobson or Greta Scacchi drop out!
Renowned actresses Anita Dobson and Greta Scacchi will bring to life the legendary feud between screen divas and rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in the world premiere of Anton Burge’s Bette & Joan, coming to the Arts Theatre from 5th May for a seven week season.
The world premiere of a new play based on the long-running feud between Hollywood movie stars Bette Davis and Joan Crawford is to come to London this Spring. Bette & Joan by Anton Burge will star Anita Dobson and Greta Scacchi as the famous movie icons, at the Arts Theatre from 5 May to 25 June 2011. The show will be directed by Bill Alexander, whose credits include the RSC, National Theatre and annual West End Christmas show The Snowman.
The award-winning, foot-stomping, heartfelt theatrical journey through the life of America’s greatest folk icon, Woody Guthrie, featuring classic tunes such as This Land is Your Land and Bound for Glory.
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A London map highlighting the location of the Arts Theatre, Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB
This week’s West End openings range from classic American drama to modern Greek tragedy, with Pittsburgh flashdancing and West End blues thrown in. Plus the 80th birthday of a Wicked West End theatre.
Following spectacular success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer, this raucous live tribute show is now rolling into London.
Great late-night comedy as acclaimed funny man Wolfgang Weinberger takes you on an hysterically funny romp through the minefield of sexual relations. How often should I have sex? What do woman really want? And is it the size of the ship, or the motion of the ocean?
June is proving to be a busy month for West End Theatre with a number of high-profile openings, including work from big name directors such as Sam Mendes, Richard Eyre and Matthew Warchus.
Small but perfectly formed, The Arts Theatre in the heart of London’s Theatreland reopened in January 2009 after a period of refurbishment and re-decoration.
It’s all change in the West End as a number of shows close to make way for transfers from other theatres. In an increasingly risk-averse climate for producers, a hit in a small venue or success in a limited run could mean money if it transfers into the West End. The subsidised National Theatre and Almeida are bringing in War Horse and Duet for One respectively, Cameron Mackintosh decides to keep Avenue Q running and Carrie’s War and Saturday Night transfer from smaller venues. Duet For One The Almeida’s recently acclaimed production Duet for One will transfer to the West …