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Billy Elliot extends to December 2015
By Rebecca Donn · 14 Jul 2014 · London

The announcement comes on the day that new Billy Ollie Jochim joins the cast

Louise Dearman and Alexandra Silber star in Kiss Me Kate prom
By Rosie Bannister · 14 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End

The BBC prom, which is conducted by John Wilson, also stars Tony Yazbeck and Ben Davis

Frinton's programme for the 75th anniversary season
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Jul 2014 · Frinton

2014 marks the 75th anniversary year of the summer theatre season at the McGrigor Hall in Frinton. The programme has some old favourites as well as two new plays.

New principals announced for Book of Mormon
By Rosie Bannister · 14 Jul 2014 · London, West End

Billy Harrigan Tighe and A.J. Holmes will take over from Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner

Andrew Scott, Samantha Barks and more tell us which novel they would like to see on stage
By Ben Hewis · 14 Jul 2014 · London, West End

At the relaunch of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, we found out which novel people would like to see adapted for the theatre

Alice: The Musical (tour – Burwell)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Jul 2014 · Cambridge

Family shows performed out-of-doors have to offer more than drama and music to hold and audience. Cambridge Touring Theatre does it with costumes.

Perseverance Drive (Bush Theatre)
By Miriam Zendle · 11 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End

Robin Soans' new play at the Bush Theatre sparkles

Intimate Apparel (Park Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 10 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End

Lynn Nottage's play spins dramatic gold from an unlikely premise

Richard III (Trafalgar Studios)
By Maxwell Cooter · 10 Jul 2014 · London, West End

Martin Freeman shows some nice touches in Jamie Lloyd's 70s-set production, but lacks menace

King Lear (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 9 Jul 2014 · Bury St Edmunds

Last year's production of "King Lear" by Shakespeare's Globe is once more on its travels. A short UK tour then takes Bill Buckhurst's compressed staging to the USA after a brief season on the South Bank.