Clapham Fringe: Festival Focus
Clapham Fringe co-founder Tessa Hart tells us more about the South London fringe festival now in its third year.
The Terrible Infants: What, Where, When
Producer James Seager opens the creaking door to the twisted, macabre world of The Terrible Infants at Wilton’s Music Hall.
The Yard Theatre: Committing to a youth committee
What happened when Hackney Wick’s The Yard Theatre invited teenagers to plot a future for the growing venue?
Five shows to see this week
Which London shows should you see to brighten up your week? Here are our five suggestions:
Top fringe theatre to see this week
Young actor Charlie Mulliner tips us off about her top fringe theatre to see this week
In his words: Henry Naylor on sniper drama Angel
Writer/producer Henry Naylor tells us about award-winning one-woman play Angel, inspired by the story of an unlikely sniper.
The Play That Goes Wrong
Laugh your troubles away at the Olivier Award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong.
Danny-Boy Hatchard: 11 questions
Former EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard tells us about new thriller Eyes Closed, Ears Covered.
Ahsan Khan: 11 questions
Film and TV star Ahsan Khan tells us about swapping the screen for the stage with new musical Ishq.
Top London dance shows this month
Anna Winter gives us a run down of the dance performances you should book to see in the coming weeks.
We Are Now: Festival Focus
We discover more about We Are Now, the festival exploring how theatre can embrace new technology.
CASA: Festival Focus
Artistic Director Daniel Goldman sheds some light on London’s festival of Latin American Theatre, CASA.
See the acclaimed Almeida Theatre hit about the rise of The Sun newspaper as it transfers to London’s West End.
Emma Hatton: “This industry can be tough”
Emma Hatton, star of Evita, on playing a political woman, Wicked and her alternative route into acting.
Talk Radio: Testing the limits of free speech
Talk Radio director Sean Turner on why the play is as fresh as ever, 30 years after its debut.
Judith Roddy, star of Knives In Hens: 11 questions
Actor Judith Roddy tells us about starring in the dramatic, poetic Knives In Hens at Donmar Warehouse.
Gaël van den Bossche’s new dark comedy at Stockwell Playhouse explores the lives and struggles of the people who live in a bleak state.
The London Theatre presents an amazing journey through bdsm via dance and voice.
Late Company: Cooking up a drama
We meet the team behind Trafalgar Studios’s topical new drama about a dinner party, Late Company
Antic Disposition: Richard III is as relevant as ever
Antic Disposition on staging Shakespeare in cathedrals and why fake news is nothing new.