Michael Coveney: Fringe benefits of Chris Malcolm and Snoo Wilson
By Michael Coveney · 17 Feb 2014

Our chief critic reflects on the passing of two significant figures in London's fringe theatre scene

Michael Coveney: RSC schools Shrew shares the Almeida's shifting ground
By Michael Coveney · 14 Feb 2014

Michael Coveney attends the RSC's 'first encounter' production of The Taming of the Shrew for schools

Notes from New York: Broadway's post-holiday excitement, from Spider-Man to Frozen
By Bethany Rickwald · 11 Feb 2014

WhatsOnStage is pleased to begin a new series with New York sister site TheaterMania.com. Associate editor Bethany Rickwald shares the exciting goings on in the New York theatre community as they relate to London

Michael Coveney: Grandage water babies flood the stage, Bate celebrates Worcester
By Michael Coveney · 11 Feb 2014
Michael Grandage© Dan Wooller One of the key elements in the Michael Grandage Company's occupancy of the Noel Coward Theatre, coming to a close this weekend, has been the MGCfutures scheme of ap
Guest Blog: From Stonewall to Sochi - plays examine history of gay rights
By Jon Bradfield · 11 Feb 2014

Two upcoming productions are casting their eyes back over the history of gay rights at a topical time for the movement

Catherine Love: Commemorating conflict
By Catherine Love · 10 Feb 2014

Theatres around the country are rushing to mark the centenary of the First World War, but how many of these shows really have something to say about the conflict?

Michael Coveney: Pina Bausch and Eileen Atkins make vivid links with the past
By Michael Coveney · 10 Feb 2014

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch have returned to Sadler's Wells with 1980

Michael Coveney: Is Eve Best as Cleo casting aspersions on celebrity casting?
By Michael Coveney · 6 Feb 2014
Eve Best has been cast as Cleopatra in the Globe's upcoming production© Dan Wooller for WhatsOnStage "I can't wait to be out of the spotlight," moaned Sally Bercow, wife of the Spe
Guest blog: Searching for Scottee - 'I'm quite happy being a loser'
By Guest Contributor · 4 Feb 2014

Scottee, who is bringing his solo show to the Roundhouse from tonight, reaches out to those who know him best in his search to discover what really is The Worst of Scottee

Michael Coveney: Beyond the West End in Dalston and Richmond
By Michael Coveney · 4 Feb 2014

A long gap in West End openings has allowed Michael Coveney to cast his critical eye beyond central London