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Grease star Danny Bayne leads Saturday Night Fever tour
Theatre News30 Oct 2014
Grease star Danny Bayne leads Saturday Night Fever tour

Grease it the Word winner Bayne plays another John Travolta inspired role, as he leads the new tour of the dance classic

Features30 Oct 2014
6 of the best young playwrights

Catherine Love rounds up some of her favourite new writers, and where you can see them next

Blogs30 Oct 2014
Michael Coveney: Bill Bryden wraps up the Cottesloe, Eileen Atkins returns to Stratford

A new book reflects on a bygone era of the National, while Evita bows out in the West End and Eileen Atkins defies her 80 years

Theatre News30 Oct 2014
Stage One announces new grants for apprenticeship scheme

The producers charity is being supported by the Esmée Fairbairn and Andrew Lloyd Webber foundations

Theatre News29 Oct 2014
Cat in the Hat returns with run at Pleasance

Lillie Collier's revival was seen at this year's Edinburgh Fringe

Critics go wild again for Sunny Afternoon
Review Round-Ups29 Oct 2014
Critics go wild again for Sunny Afternoon

The Kinks musical, created by Ray Davies, brings the house down at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Features28 Oct 2014
Stars on Stage: Where to see your favourites

Theatreland is full to the brim of famous faces. We take a look at who's performing in what, when and where.

Theatre News28 Oct 2014
Cheek by Jowl holds free As You Like It screening

The one-night event will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the production being at the Noel Coward Theatre

Theatre News28 Oct 2014
Alan Alda's Marie Curie play gets UK premiere at Tabard

Radiance centres on the Nobel Prize-winner's turbulent personal life

Review Round-Ups28 Oct 2014
Barbican's Wild Duck not to all tastes

'Not so much an adaptation as an updated reinvention of Ibsen's extraordinary play'

Open Air Theatre stages Peter Pan and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Theatre News28 Oct 2014
Open Air Theatre stages Peter Pan and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

The 2015 season at the Regent's Park venue has been announced

Theatre News28 Oct 2014
Theatre on lookout for rabbits to perform in Christmas show

The Bolton Octagon is hoping to involve 'multiple families and their pets' in its upcoming production of Alice in Wonderland

Theatre News27 Oct 2014
James Quaife joins English Touring Theatre as producer

Quaife will work alongside artistic director Rachel Tackley

Theatre News27 Oct 2014
The House That Will Not Stand extends at Tricycle

The cast of Lionboy is also revealed, along with a visit from Secret Theatre

Review Round-Ups27 Oct 2014
Sting's The Last Ship sails to Broadway

In a rare transatlantic Review Round-Up, we look at the critics' reactions to Sting's new musical as it arrives at the Neil Simon Studio in New York

Catherine Love: Do more theatres mean more choice for theatregoers?
Blogs27 Oct 2014
Catherine Love: Do more theatres mean more choice for theatregoers?

There are pros and cons to the ever-increasing variation of performance spaces

Theatre News27 Oct 2014
Sunny Afternoon extends to May 2015

The Kinks musical has transferred to the Harold Pinter Theatre following its premiere run at Hampstead

Features27 Oct 2014
Theatre Highlights of the Week: Sweeney Todd, Sunny Afternoon and 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

Plus a last chance to catch Evita and The Wolf from the Door

Theatre News27 Oct 2014
Model Jodie Kidd produces new musical about slavery

Kidd has teamed up with her father John to bring Yarico to the stage next year

Theatre News27 Oct 2014
Nathan Amzi, Julie Atherton and Cynthia Erivo join the return of West End Recast

The one-night concert returns with musical theatre stars singing songs they would normally be unable to