Michael Coveney: Boys night out at the Young Vic, with Shakespeare wallahs
By Michael Coveney · 30 Oct 2013 · London
The Scottsboro Boys© Richard Hubert Smith The opening of The Scottsboro Boys last night at the Young Vic was every bit as lively and exhausting as the show itself, guests and ...
Guest blog: Setting the context for Margaret Thatcher in Handbagged
By Leonard Klahr · 29 Oct 2013 · London

At last week's WhatsOnStage Outing to Handbagged, we had a lively post-show Q&A with author Moira Buffini and director Indhu Rubasingham, including some very direct questions posed by theatregoer Leonard Klahr about how Thatcher is portrayed in the play. We invited Leonard to share more of his thoughts about Thatcher's legacy and how it's captured on stage

Catherine Love: Spreading the debate
By Catherine Love · 28 Oct 2013 · Cambridge

How two current examples of feminist performance are starting up discussion beyond the space of the theatre

Michael Coveney: West End poster boy Russ remembered in a Muse of Fire
By Michael Coveney · 28 Oct 2013 · London
Some of the biggest and best West End shows are defined by their posters: a glinting pair of cat's eyes, an angelic waif with a tricolour, a white Venetian carnival mask, a squiggle of a helicopte
Chris Grady: Think carefully before venting views on Facebook
By Chris Grady · 24 Oct 2013 · London

In this day and age it's all to easy to post critical comments without thinking who might read them

Michael Coveney: More on Secret Theatre and Donmar buried treasures
By Michael Coveney · 24 Oct 2013 · London

The Lyric's latest ensemble production gets the Secret Theatre initiative back to winning ways

Guest Blog: TOOT's Terry O'Donovan on the changing nature of art in a digital age
By Guest Contributor · 23 Oct 2013 · London

Ovalhouse is staging a series of double bills called You Might Also Like, running work-in-development showings from one London based company alongside another from a different part of the UK

Michael Coveney: 50 years of National Theatre memories
By Michael Coveney · 22 Oct 2013 · London

On the day the National Theatre marks its 50th birthday, our chief critic recalls some personal highlights

Catherine Love: Can theatre ape Amazon with show recommendations?
By Catherine Love · 21 Oct 2013 · London

The new season at Ovalhouse is showcasing an exciting new model for theatremakers and audiences

Michael Coveney: From Hare to Eternity - playwright knocks musicals as Rice preps for premiere
By Michael Coveney · 21 Oct 2013 · London

This week's big opener in the West End is Tim Rice's screen-to-stage musical From Here to Eternity - but it doesn't look like David Hare will be attending

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