From screen-to-stage blockbusters to radical reinventions of the classics, 2014 promises a cornucopia of treats for theatre lovers
Our traffic stats for the year always makes interesting viewing, so we thought we'd share this year's top stories with you
The past 12 months has seen a rich array of blockbuster musicals, stellar play revivals and anniversary celebrations. Our chief critic casts his eye over some of the stand-outs.
As part of our 'Spotlight On:' series, we take a closer look at the nominees in the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Regional Production.
As part of a new series, we take a closer look at some of the WhatsOnStage Awards categories, starting with the Autograph Best Original Music Award.
Still stuck for gift ideas with Christmas only eight days away? Fear not, Ben Hewis takes a look at eight theatrical presents that are bound to appeal to the theatre lover in your life
Since Jesus Christ Superstar opened at the West End's Palace Theatre over 40 years ago, not a week has gone by when there hasn't been at least one Andrew Lloyd Webber production running in London. His 16th new musical, Stephen Ward, about the scapegoat at the centre of the 1963 Profumo Affair, premieres this week.
In case you missed them on our video player or YouTube channel, here's another opportunity to live or relive the highlights from the best theatre party of the year, the launch of the WhatsOnStage Awards
With over 80,000 theatregoer submissions, narrowing down nominations to five in each Awards category was extremely difficult. Here are some of the other performers and productions that theatregoers loved this past year - and nominated in scores over the past month