Theatregoers All Aboard for Railway Children Meet & Greet
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Last night (29 June), 160 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers descended upon the abandoned Eurostar terminal at Waterloo Station for a captivating performance of the Olivier Award-winning production,
Lullaby Off Barbican Broadway
The minute I heard about Duckie's Lullaby I was determined not to go. (Note from editor: We sent another reviewer who had a much different take - click here to read the Whatsonstage.com rev
Fainting with Pleasure at Faustus
On the hottest day of the year, they were dropping like flies at the Globe during Doctor Faustus. It really is quite a safety hazard in this weather, the Globe, but perhaps folk were also ...
Post-show Q&A with Dee Ensures All Ends Well
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Whatsonstage.com theatregoers were relieved to see the skies clear just in time for our Whatsonstage.com Outing to Shakespeare's Globe last night(22 June) to see John Dove's production of Shakespeare'...
Jo Caird: Funding the Young
By Jo Caird
These days most higher education institutions are wise to the importance of creative entrepreneurship. Through being encouraged to form companies, write and devise their own work, take productions to ...
New Bush Catches Fire
One day this week we should know who is to succeed Josie Rourke as artistic director of the Bush, as the theatre moves around the corner from the increasingly unpleasant pub on the Green to its ...
Lend Me a Tourniquet
On Saturday night at the Gielgud Theatre, Lend Me a Tenor became Lend Me a Tourniquet, as Damian Humbley went flying through a stage full of broken glass after an accident with
Summer These Days
Breaking up is hard to do, as Neil Sedaka sang, but catching up is even harder. The song came to mind during Harold Pinter's Betrayal at the Comedy last night; the rider, as I travelled home ...
Jo Caird: Should Theatre-makers Move to London?
By Jo Caird
This week I went to see Heartbreak Soup, a really charming and imaginative two-hander about a little boy undergoing a heart transplant. The reason the show exists is partly down to the Empty
Theatregoers Sing Tenor Praises at Reception
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Whatsonstage.com theatregoers were laden with treats at our Outing to Lend Me a Tenor at the Gielgud Theatre last night (14 June 2011), including a programme, a poster and (for those lucky early ...