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10 theatre stars who were separated at birth
By Ben Hewis · 17 Mar 2014 · London

Some of these theatre lookalikes are tenuous, we admit, but some of them are plain scary!

Theatre highlights of the week: Blithe Spirit, Two Into One and A Study in Scarlet
By Ben Hewis · 17 Mar 2014 · London

This week's highlights include a site-specific re-telling of The Merchant of Venice at Shoreditch Church and Arthur Darvill's first performance in Once

12 things that have happened since the premiere of We Will Rock You
By Ben Hewis · 14 Mar 2014 · London

In honour of one of London's longest running shows, we take a look at some things that you may not believe have happened since the Queen musical opened 12 years ago

A week in the life: War Horse actor Nick Hart
By Ben Hewis · 13 Mar 2014 · London

Ever wondered what it would be like to be in control of Joey? Wonder no more as we take a look behind the scenes with Nick Hart

A few of my favourite things: Momo's Adebayo Bolaji
By Ben Hewis · 13 Mar 2014 · London

Bolaji, current appearing in Momo, lists red wine, Bob Dylan and Cuba among his favourite things

Theatre highlights of the week: 10 - 16 March 2014
By Ben Hewis · 10 Mar 2014 · London

This week's highlights include Urinetown opening, Jersey Boys transferring and Olivier Awards nominations

The top 10 theatre acts we are looking foward to most at Latitude Festival this year
By Ben Hewis · 7 Mar 2014 · London

RSC, Royal Exchange Manchester, Forced Entertainment and Battersea Arts Centre lead the bill at this years festival

Dream casting: Wicked the Movie
By Ben Hewis · 6 Mar 2014 · London

With the date for the release of the movie musical set for 29 October 2015, we take a look at who we'd like to see in the lead roles

A few of my favourite things: Stephen Ward's Charlotte Blackledge
By Ben Hewis · 6 Mar 2014 · London

The actress lists Tom Hanks, Thai food and Machu Picchu among her favourite things

War Horse gala performance and live broadcast
By Ben Hewis · 28 Feb 2014 · London

Guests at the New London Theatre included John Hurt, Daniel Mays and Phillip Schofield

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