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Ralph Fiennes, Maxine Peake and Ben Whishaw among line-up for Oscar Wilde season at Reading Prison
The project will see the former prison open its doors to the public from September
Review: The Game's Afoot (Madame Tussauds)
Become a sleuth in Les Enfants Terrible's new interactive detective adventure through Victorian London
The cast of Allegro take our Rodgers & Hammerstein quiz
Thom Southerland's production opens at Southwark Playhouse next month
First look: Beverley Knight returns to The Bodyguard
Knight revives her performance as Rachel Marron, the role made famous by the late Whitney Houston
Mark Rylance: Spielberg creates a sense of community I thought only theatre had
The acting juggernaut talks about working with Spielberg, playing the BFG and bringing his play Nice Fish to the West End
Pixie Lott: My Holly is different to Hepburn's
Ahead of the opening night of her West End debut in Breakfast at Tiffany's, the singer talks working with animals and switching between music and theatre
Review: Some Girl(s) (Park Theatre)
The play is about a Brooklyn writer visiting his exes before settling down and getting married
Review: Blanc de Blanc (London Hippodrome)
Strut & Fret's new show is a saucy, ramshackle night of burlesque and circus
How I wrote the music for Privacy
By Michael Bruce
As Daniel Radcliffe opens in Privacy Off-Broadway, composer Michael Bruce explains the challenges behind writing the score for James Graham's play about the internet