Guest Blog: How Orpheus & Django Reinhardt became bedfellows at BAC
By Editorial Staff · 18 Apr 2013 · West End
Award-winning Little Bulb Theatre are currently staging an epic, jazz-infused production of Orpheus at Battersea Arts Centre (until 11 May 2013). Here, company member Dominic Conway gives us an
Margaret Thatcher's theatrical legacy: Five shows The Iron Lady inspired
By Editorial Staff · 17 Apr 2013 · West End
As part of our recent poll following the death of Margaret Thatcher, we asked readers 'Which plays or musicals inspired by Thatcherism are most likely to stand the test of time?'. Five ...
Vote in WOS Poll: Is Nicholas Hytner the most successful director in National history?
By Editorial Staff · 12 Apr 2013 · West End
The National Theatre has thrived under Nicholas Hytner This week, Nicholas Hytner confirmed that he'll be stepping down as artistic director of the National Theatre in March 2015, after 12 years
National Theatre productions under Nicholas Hytner’s directorship (2003-2013)
By Editorial Staff · 10 Apr 2013 · West End
National Theatre artistic director Nicholas Hytner has announced that he'll be stepping down in March 2015 (See Today's News). In the past ten years, since Hytner took over from Trevor Nunn in April
Take Six ... Screen-to-stage musicals in the West End
By Editorial Staff · 9 Apr 2013 · West End
To coincide with the West End premiere of Once tonight (9 April 2013), we thought we'd take a look at some of the other successful musicals running in the West End at the moment that are based ...
Cats out the bag - new show puts felines centre stage?
By Editorial Staff · 1 Apr 2013 · West End
Never mind what's on stage, it's all about cats on stage at the Broadway Theatre in Catford, where a new revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's feline musical is in the pipeline featuring a cast of melodi
Jamie Parker on … The Late, Great Richard Griffiths
By Editorial Staff · 30 Mar 2013 · West End
After yesterday's announcement of the death of Richard Griffiths, fellow actor Jamie Parker, who played one of the pupils in the class run by Griffiths' teacher-character Hector in Alan Bennett's
Take Ten: Broadway shows that have crossed the pond
By Editorial Staff · 21 Mar 2013 · West End
To coincide with the official opening of The Book of Mormon tonight (21 March), and with our new owners TheaterMania bringing a touch of the Great White Way to Whatsonstage.com, we thought we'...
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