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Full List: Winners of the 2014 Olivier Awards

Leading the field was Chimerica with five Awards and The Book of Mormon with four, all of which were announced at the Royal Opera House this evening

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Michael Coveney: On Stratford and Siracusa, Am-Dram, live music and Tommy Cooper
Blogs24 Apr 2014
Michael Coveney: On Stratford and Siracusa, Am-Dram, live music and Tommy Cooper

Our chief critic reflects on a busy week for the RSC, plus looks at a new ITV drama and the use of live music in theatre

Blogs24 Apr 2014
Notes From New York: Idina Menzel, Daniel Radcliffe, and more celebrate a season of openings

Plus, catch up on Drama Desk Awards host and Tony winner Laura Benanti's very busy spring.

Theatre News24 Apr 2014
Forbidden Broadway returns to Menier this summer

The comedy revue will run for a limited season at the Chocolate Factory from 19 June to 16 August

Theatre News24 Apr 2014
The Play That Goes Wrong transfers to West End

The WhatsOnStage Award-winner will open at the Duchess Theatre in September

Review Round-Ups23 Apr 2014
James Graham's Privacy impresses critics

James Graham's latest play, looking at the collection and use of our personal data, opened at the Donmar Warehouse last night

Shakespeare's 450th birthday: Your favourite quotes
Features23 Apr 2014
Shakespeare's 450th birthday: Your favourite quotes

To mark this special event, we asked you which of the great bard's words inspired you most, here are some of the results

Theatre News23 Apr 2014
Finborough Theatre announces summer season

The upcoming shows include the UK premiere of a Noel Coward work, new shows from the US and some rediscoveries

Features23 Apr 2014
Video: Arthur Darvill, Cynthia Erivo, Sharon D. Clarke and more reveal their ideal Shakespearean role

From Cleopatra to Richard III, find out which characters they chose

Theatre News23 Apr 2014
Further casting including Anna Carteret announced for Shakespeare in Love

As the Bard reaches his 450th birthday, more names for the upcoming stage-to-screen adaptation have been unveiled

Features22 Apr 2014
Video: Rehearsal vlog with 1001 Nights artistic director Douglas Rintoul and cast

Rintoul and members of the cast discuss their rehearsal process so far in this exclusive video for WhatsOnStage

Catherine Love: The joy of discovery
Blogs22 Apr 2014
Catherine Love: The joy of discovery

Sticking with the tried and tested might have its benefits, but a week at the National Student Drama Festival demonstrates the thrill of uncovering new talent

Theatre News22 Apr 2014
Casting: Robert Vaughn and Oliver Lansley cast in world premiere of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The star of BBC drama Hustle will narrate the production which opens at the Park Theatre next month

Blogs22 Apr 2014
Guest Blog: 'Fringe theatre is experiencing a boom'

Eleanor Turney of A Younger Theatre explains how next month's Incoming festival will help elevate a new generation of theatremakers

Features21 Apr 2014
Theatre highlights of the week: Privacy, Shakespeare's birthday and a Chekhov double bill

We take a look at the big openings in a week that marks the 450th birthday of the great bard

Features18 Apr 2014
Trailer: First look at the Jersey Boys movie

The trailer has been released for the Clint Eastwood film based on the hit Broadway and West End show

Video: Robert Webb and Mark Heap discuss Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense
Features17 Apr 2014
Video: Robert Webb and Mark Heap discuss Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

The comedy actors chat about why they chose to do the show and how they get on as a duo

Theatre News17 Apr 2014
Thérèse Raquin transfers from Finborough to Park Theatre and Maureen Lipman joins Rags the Musical

The WhatsOnStage Award nominee's latest show transfers to North London venue

Theatre News17 Apr 2014
Seth Numrich and Caoilfhionn Dunne cast in Father and Sons at Donmar Warehouse

The Evening Standard Best Newcomer winner and nominee join cast of Lyndsey Turner's next production

Blogs17 Apr 2014
Michael Coveney: From Bennett to Buffini - the ascension of the Queen on the London stage

From Prunella Scales to Helen Mirren, our chief critic takes a look at Her Majesty's many theatrical incarnations

Theatre News17 Apr 2014
Richard E Grant to star in new musical Water Babies

The Withnail and I star will appear as a hologram in the production which is due to open at the Leicester Curve in next week

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