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Owen Teale joins cast of No Man’s Land

Tony Award winning actor Owen Teale joins Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart in No Man’s Land. Owen Teale will play ‘Briggs’ joining the previously announced Ian McKellen as ‘Spooner’ and Patrick Stewart as ‘Hirst’. Directed by Sean Mathias, No Man’s Land will tour venues in the UK from 3 August 2016 prior to a limited run at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre from September 2016. Known recently for playing Ser Alliser Thorne in HBO’s Game of Thrones, Teale won the 1997 Tony Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Torvald in A Doll’s House. Other notable theatre credits include Dance of …

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Brits on Broadway this Autumn

British actors dominate Broadway this season as a host of famous UK names – including Daniel Craig, Ian McKellen, Mark Rylance and Orlando Bloom hit the Great White Way.

Julie Walters, Miranda Hart to star in Mousetrap fundraiser

A special one-off gala performance of The Mousetrap will be played at the St Martin’s Theatre this Sunday 18 November 2012 starring Julie Walters Miranda Hart, Hugh Bonneville , Tamsin Greig and Patrick Stewart .

More presenters announced for Olivier Awards

The Society of London Theatre has released more details of the presenters at this year’s revamped Olivier Awards, at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on 13 March 2011. Stars include Barry Manilow, Danielle Hope, Benedict Cumberbatch, Elaine Paige and Rupert Everett.

Rupert Everett to play Chichester

Rupert Everett is to star in a brand new production of Pygmalion at the Chichester Festival Theatre as part of its new 2010 season.

London Theatre – 2009 Preview

  If theatre mirrors life then you would expect 2009 to be a bad year for the performing arts in London: economic downturns and credit crunches sound like gloomy news for our discretionary entertainment spending. But West End theatre box office figures have kept on going up in recent years, and the huge number of new productions sailing into town during 2009 could mean that Theatreland manages to buck the trend. THE GREAT REVIVAL The RSC, National Theatre, Donmar and Old Vic dominated straight drama in the West End in 2008, and they haven’t finished yet. Big hitters coming to …

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