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A few of my favourite things: Dogfight's Jamie Muscato
By Ben Hewis · 14 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End

The actor counts eating in the dark, 1984 and Phillip Seymour Hoffman among his favourite things

Theatre highlights of the week: Nigel Havers, Rupert Everett and Noel Coward

A quieter week than normal in the West End, Chichester open their new Festival Theatre

First Look: The Globe's A Midsummer Night's Dream on screen
By Ben Hewis · 11 Jul 2014 · London

Shakespeare's Globe, in partnership with Arts Alliance, conclude their ‘Season of Plenty' with Shakespeare's classic fantasy

Theatre Quiz of the Week: Cats, Breeders and Broadway Transfers
By Ben Hewis · 11 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End, West End

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Helen Mirren to hold an Audience with Broadway?
By Rosie Bannister · 11 Jul 2014 · Broadway

The WhatsOnStage award-winning show will reportedly open in New York next year

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.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Gielgud Theatre)
By Rosie Bannister · 9 Jul 2014 · London, West End

The National Theatre production is as impressive as ever on its return to the West End