The most powerful theatre critic on Broadway, Ben Brantley of the New York Times, is back in London. For weeks.
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OLIVIER AWARDS – Best Director Winners
The annual Tony Awards will be announced tonight, Sunday 13 June 2010, at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Save £11 on tickets to see Enron at the Noel Coward Theatre in London
The UK’s Menier Chocolate Factory has scored another hit with its production of La Cage Aux Folles – this time on Broadway.
Last night at a star-studded ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, the 34th annual Laurence Olivier Award winners were announced.
Rupert Everett is to star in a brand new production of Pygmalion at the Chichester Festival Theatre as part of its new 2010 season.
This year’s Olivier Award nominations were announced today, with Hollywood stars dominating the line up of talent.
Review of Enron at the Royal Court Theatre in London
The Calendar Girls cast is having another clear out and importing a dizzyling camp and comedic troupe of disrobing actresses.
After Gareth Gates, do we have a new Joseph? Gareth Gates seems to be doing a fine job in Joseph at the Adelphi Theatre – at least if comments on the westendtheatre blog are anything to go by. Whilst musing on Spring Awakening’s demise on Broadway, we turn our attention to Hunter Parrish – pot smoking star of TV’s Weeds – who recently played the lead role of Melchior on Broadway. Well known for his love of all things theatrical, in a recent interview he said: “I want them to bring back Joseph [and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat]. If anyone …
Writer Lucy Prebble Well not quite “the musical” but it would be fabulous! Ridiculously young and talented playwright Lucy Prebble (creator of the Secret Diary of a Call Girl TV series) is turning the infamous American corporate scandal into a new play, which also promises music, movement and video. This could all go so easily wrong if it wasn’t that man of the moment Rupert Goold (Oliver!), teaming up again with Oliver! designer Anthony Ward, is at the helm. Promising to cast new light on the scandal, the play opens at the Royal Court Theatre in September. BOOK TICKETS TO …