Michael Coveney: Top Critical Moments and a clutch of Burning Pestles
By Michael Coveney · 27 Feb 2014

A new book coinciding with the Critics' Circle centenary stirs memories for our chief critic

Michael Coveney: Musical metaphors as Rigoletto reigns and Snoo stirs
By Michael Coveney · 25 Feb 2014

Stephen Ward shutters as the ENO reinvigorates Rigoletto

Catherine Love: A winning night for the Michael Grandage Season
By Catherine Love · 24 Feb 2014

The Michael Grandage Season's series of wins at last night's WhatsOnStage Awards is a vindication of its attempt to widen access and affordability for West End theatre.

Michael Coveney: Awards spring special surprises as the audience wins all round
By Michael Coveney · 24 Feb 2014
Barry Humphries collected the Award for Best Solo Performance© Dan Wooller for WhatsOnStage Barry Humphries came straight to the point on winning the best solo performance award: "You have no-o
Michael Coveney: Annabel Leventon and Robert Meadmore shake up Crazy Coqs
By Michael Coveney · 20 Feb 2014

Our chief critic enjoys a night of cabaret in the company of some familiar faces

Michael Coveney: Tales of the river with funny Frayn and rare Tennessee
By Michael Coveney · 18 Feb 2014
Jamie Glover, Jason Durr, James Dutton, John Hodgkinson and Simon Coates in Donkey's Years© Alastair Muir There used to be - still is, I've just checked - a company called Mikron Th
Catherine Love: Questions and answers
By Catherine Love · 17 Feb 2014

At their best, post-show discussions can illuminate our theatregoing experiences, so how do we enliven the Q&A format?

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