The international hit musical continues at London's Vaudeville Theatre.
Brendan Cowell and Erin Doherty lead the cast as John Proctor and Abigail Williams in the Arthur Miller revival.
Previews began September 24 for the Ibsen play starring Tony winner Simon Russell Beale, Olivier winner Clare Higgins, and Olivier and Tony nominee Lia Williams.
The new work has a limited engagement at Royal Court Theatre.
The production is playing the Bridge Theatre through November 26.
Rosie Graham, Michael Elcock, Lisa Lambe, and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt will lead the cast of the mythic retelling of the story of Sleeping Beauty.
Jordan Murphy will direct with musical direction by Adam Hoskins.
Love Notes features the Tony winner performing songs by George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Antônio Carlos Jobim.
The duo express their queer identities through unique interpretations of classical and pop music in the "musical fantasia."
The Disney musical continues at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Lyndsey Turner directs the Arthur Miller play.
What's announced and what's in previews in the West End.
The Garrick Theatre will present a one-night-only concert version of the show in October.
Directed by Daniel Fish, the revival played a sold-out run at London's Young Vic earlier this year.
Olivier winner Staunton, who will star in the final two seasons of Netflix's The Crown, will play matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi.
Jonathan Spector's humorous play about vaccination is making its London premiere at The Old Vic.
The international hit musical continues at the Sondheim Theatre.
The tour of the new musical will begin in Southampton at the Mayflower Theatre.
The Off-West End theatre has announced its 2022-2023 season.
Directed by Michael Longhurst, the Tony-winning musical will officially open October 6.
The comedy plays at the Arts Theatre following two sold-out U.K. engagements.
The queer coming-of-age musical returns to the Turbine Theatre this fall.
The Tony-nominated musical will play the Prince Edward Theatre.
The London Palladium concert will reunite the West End stars of Heathers.
Jonathan Spector's new play made its Off-Broadway debut in 2019.
The international hit musical continues in the West End at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.
The musical will also star Simon Lipkin and Georgina Castle.
The best-selling novel adaptation features a book by author Jodi Picoult and Timothy Allen McDonald, with a score by Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson.
The Bartlett Sher-directed tour kicks off in Bradford, and has dates set through July, 2023.
Lyndsey Turner directs the revival of the Arthur Miller classic.
The two collaborators will become the RSC's co-artistic directors next year.
Lynette Linton, artistic director of the Bush Theatre, makes her National Theatre directing debut.
The work about a mumps outbreak at a private school is currently running at London's The Old Vic.
Jodi Picoult leads the creative team, with Central Park composers Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson and Timothy Allen McDonald.
The award-winning adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens tale returns to London in November.
Ria Parry directs the drama penned by Kyo Choi.
The autobiographical solo show will soon play London's Garrick Theatre.
Simon Reade's play will debut in London, presented by Troupe and Park Theatre.
The queer coming-of-age musical adapts the cult favorite film for the stage.
Brett Smock will direct the new production at the Charing Cross Theatre.
Jamie Lloyd directed the production at the West End's Harold Pinter Theatre.
The international hit ABBA jukebox musical continues at London's Novello.
Nikolai Foster directs the production of Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey’s '50s musical.
The hit musical has tour stops scheduled through 2024.
The parody musical of the '90s television show Friends recently had a successful run at Edinburgh Fringe.
The Roku Original, filmed on stage at The Other Palace, will exclusively premiere on The Roku Channel beginning September 16.
Lolita Chakrabarti’s stage adaptation of Yann Martel’s book continues at the Wyndham's Theatre.
The show will take the stage at London's Arts Theatre again this fall.
Also newly available on the streaming platform is Richard Bean and Clive Coleman’s Young Marx.
The U.K. premiere of the 2015 Broadway musical will play a 13-week engagement at the Charing Cross Theatre.
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