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Michael Coveney: Old Russia in Prince Igor, new England in David Hare
By Michael Coveney · 3 Apr 2014 · London

The Coliseum's visiting Russian production evokes some eerie memories for our chief critic

Michael Coveney: Preview lowdown on Dirty Rotten tricks and a Q&A in Another Country
By Michael Coveney · 2 Apr 2014 · London

Tonight may be gala night but critics attended Dirty Rotten Scoundrels yesterday

Exclusive: West End Producer reveals his true identity at last
By West End Producer · 1 Apr 2014 · London

WhatsOnStage is delighted that Twitter sensation West End Producer has finally decided to unmask himself in this exclusively authored piece

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for April
By Catherine Love · 31 Mar 2014 · Southwest

Catherine Love looks ahead at the best theatre on offer in the next month, both Off-West End and regionally

Michael Coveney: The passing of Kate O'Mara, comedy in Naples and opera in Casablanca
By Michael Coveney · 31 Mar 2014 · London

Remembering stage and screen actress Kate O'Mara, who died yesterday

Michael Coveney: Surprise moves by Anne Reid in cabaret, Tessa Ross at the National
By Michael Coveney · 28 Mar 2014 · London

Michael Coveney visited the Crazy Coqs to see Anne Reid, and also discusses the appointment of Tessa Ross as the National's new executive director

Guest Blog: 'All young people should have a local theatre they can feel at home in'
By Suhayla El-Bushra · 26 Mar 2014 · London

Suhayla El-Bushra, whose play The Kilburn Passion premieres as part of the upcoming Tricycle Takeover Festival, explains the impact of its youth theatre

Michael Coveney: Bendy boosts the Barbican, Haymarket's Attraction proves Fatal
By Michael Coveney · 26 Mar 2014 · London

Confirmation of Benedict Cumberbatch's Hamlet causes a stir in the East End, while back in the West End Trevor Nunn's new screen-to-stager fails to hop

Catherine Love: What's theatre worth?
By Catherine Love · 24 Mar 2014 · London

While the economic case for the arts dominates discussion, some theatre-makers are vitally questioning the different ways in which we value theatrical experiences

Michael Coveney: I Can't Sing about Harry Hill or Mike Leigh, but David Hare's brilliantly off-message
By Michael Coveney · 24 Mar 2014 · London

Harry Hill's X Factor musical is currently in press previews, while David Hare returns to the small screen with Bill Nighy

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