Think you are up to date with all the latest castings, gossip and news from theatreland? Find out by taking our most recent Theatre Quiz of the Week here.


Results from this Quiz

What musical will Jamie Lloyd direct at the Menier this November?

1. Urinetown (17%)
2. Assassins (66%)
3. The Commitments (2%)
4. Back to the Future (15%)

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How many tickets were sold at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival?

1. 700,000 (8%)
2. 1.5 million (30%)
3. 2.18 million (55%) 4. 5 million (6%)

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Which former I Can't Sing star will play Touchstone in As You Like It at Southwark Playhouse in September?

1. Cynthia Erivo (16%)
2. Nigel Harman (28%)
3. Simon Bailey (14%)
4. Simon Lipkin (42%)

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Which musical had 18,000 people queueing to buy tickets for a special gala performance this week?

1. Les Miserables (5%)
2. Phantom of the Opera (3%)
3. Miss Saigon (87%)
4. The Lion King (5%)

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What Open Air Theatre production will transfer to the Barbican next year?

1. Porgy and Bess (19%)
2. All My Sons (6%)
3. Hobson's Choice (4%)
4. To Kill a Mockingbird (71%)

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Who has been cast as the lead in the West End transfer of Urinetown?

1. Daniel Mays (18%)
2. Matthew Seadon-Young (61%)
3. Gavin Creel (11%)
4. Alistair Brammer (9%)

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Where will Neville's Island, starring Adrian Edmondson, transfer to in October?

1. Trafalgar Studios (16%)
2. St James Theatre (12%)
3. Duke of York's Theatre (48%)
4. Garrick Theatre (24%)

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Which actress has confirmed she will be continuing in the role of Girl opposite Ronan Keating in Once?

1. Zrinka Cvitesic (37%)
2. Jill Winternitz (44%)
3. Jenna Russell (13%)
4. Sheridan Smith (6%)

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Opening at the Almeida next week, what is Alecky Blythe's latest play Little Revolution about?

1. The London Riots (65%)
2. The Arab Spring (11%)
3. The Ford Dagenham Strikers (16%)
4. The Tiananmen Square Tank Man (7%)

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Where does Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance open next week?

1. Dominion Theatre (17%)
2. Sadler's Wells (21%)
3. London Palladium (52%)
4. Royal Albert Hall (10%)

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