Should the Royal Court have cancelled Rita, Sue and Bob Too?
The planned London run of Andrea Dunbar's play was cancelled after the Royal Court decided there was a conflict in staging the play
New York round up: A best new musical in The Band's Visit and will Waitress cross the pond?
Michael Coveney reports back from the Big Apple, where new shows and British talent are making waves
We are redressing the balance of diversity in arts leadership
By Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway
Head of Artistic Directors of the Future Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway explains the organisation's new scheme allowing culturally diverse talent to take over two major London theatres
What more is there for critics to say about Hamilton?
As the opening night of Hamilton approaches, Matt Trueman looks at the pitfalls of reviewing a global theatrical phenomenon
'Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton isn't just a musical, it's a beacon of hope'
Sarah Crompton considers why the buzz for this hip-hop musical outweighs anything in recent theatre history
Tom Chambers on why everyone should visit the 'truly magical' Watermill Theatre
By Tom Chambers
As part of our Regional Theatre Focus at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury, the Crazy For You actor reflects on his time at the venue
Why the Darlington pantomime is the fairest in all the land
By Peter Baron
A Darlington pantomime regular puts the case across for why his local pantomime is better than all
Confessions of a Panto Virgin
Our editorial assistant Alex Wood let it slip that he'd never seen a panto. So naturally we sent him along to the Lyric Hammersmith for some fun with Jack and his beanstalk, oh yes we did
Why the Wimbledon pantomime is the fairest in all the land
By Sherry Plant
A Wimbledon pantomime local and regular puts the case across for why her pantomime is better than all
The WhatsOnStage Awards mark a whole-hearted engagement with British theatre
The WhatsOnStage Awards nominees were announced at a launch in London today