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Michael Coveney: Scottsboro Boys hold forth and Des Barrit gets down

Our chief critic spends time with the Scottsboro Boys, attends a star-studded birthday bash and shares memories of the late Lynda Bellingham

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The Royal Opera's worldbeaters
Features23 Oct 2014
The Royal Opera's worldbeaters

Young, gifted and going places. Only the best can become Jette Parker Young Artists

Theatre News23 Oct 2014
20 Questions: 'Tis Pity She's a Whore's Max Bennett - 'After this one I'll need a drink'

The rising star appears opposite Fiona Button in John Ford's classic tragedy in the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Blogs23 Oct 2014
Michael Coveney: Scottsboro Boys hold forth and Des Barrit gets down

Our chief critic spends time with the Scottsboro Boys, attends a star-studded birthday bash and shares memories of the late Lynda Bellingham

Theatre News23 Oct 2014
Penelope Wilton leads Taken at Midnight to West End

The play premiered in Chichester earlier this month

Hobbit's Adam Brown cast in Saxon Court at Southwark
Theatre News22 Oct 2014
Hobbit's Adam Brown cast in Saxon Court at Southwark

Daniel Andersen's debut play is set at the height of the financial crisis

Review Round-Ups22 Oct 2014
Neville's Island leaves critics all at sea

The West End transfer of the Chichester Festival Theatre production opened at the Duke of York's Theatre last night

Polls22 Oct 2014
Do you support a strike by theatre workers over pay?

BECTU is campaigning for a commitment to the London Living Wage

Theatre News22 Oct 2014
National Theatre Wales stages play about gay rugby star Gareth Thomas

Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage is a collaboration with Out of Joint

Gossip22 Oct 2014
Rupert Murdoch play bound for West End?

David Williamson's Rupert is on the lookout for a lead actor to portray Murdoch

Wendi Peters stars in Oh What A Lovely War tour
Theatre News22 Oct 2014
Wendi Peters stars in Oh What A Lovely War tour

Peters joins the ensemble cast on its 2015 UK tour

Review Round-Ups21 Oct 2014
Scottsboro Boys dazzles at Garrick

The West End transfer of the Young Vic production is 'fierce, bold and relentlessly entertaining'

Features21 Oct 2014
Listen to the first tracks released from the Sunny Afternoon official cast recording

The show transferred from the Hampstead Theatre to the Harold Pinter Theatre this month

Blogs21 Oct 2014
Catherine Love: In theatre, simple is often best

David Cromer's take on Our Town and Katie Mitchell's Cherry Orchard prove that, sometimes, nothing beats simplicity in the theatre

Theatre News21 Oct 2014
West End strikes loom as union rejects pay deal

BECTU is campaigning for a commitment to the London Living Wage

Les Miserables and Book of Mormon announce extensions
Theatre News20 Oct 2014
Les Miserables and Book of Mormon announce extensions

Les Mis is the longest-running musical in the West End

Theatre News20 Oct 2014
Brighton outdoor theatre gets go-ahead

Plans for a 425-seat open air venue passed by council

Features20 Oct 2014
Theatre Highlights of the Week: The Scottsboro Boys, Neville's Island and Memphis

It's a big week for the West End, with three hotly anticipated shows opening

Theatre News20 Oct 2014
Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse do the double at UK Theatre Awards

Hosted by Michael Xavier, the awards are a celebration of the work of UK Theatre (formerly TMA) member theatres

Theatre News20 Oct 2014
Park Theatre announces Spring 2015 season

Jez Bond's new programme includes world premieres about internet dating, extremism and Margaret Thatcher