David Hare adapts 'Slumdog Millionaire play' for National?
By Editorial Staff · 10 May 2013 · London
Slumdog Millionaire on screen The National Theatre will stage an epic "true-life Slumdog Millionaire play" next year, according to the Daily Mail. David Hare is reportedly ...
This House whips across the Thames for West End transfer?
By Editorial Staff · 10 May 2013 · West End
This House by James Graham at the National Theatre James Graham's hit political drama This House, charting the political stalemate that afflicted the House of Commons in the ...
Will Tony nominated Kinky Boots stride to West End?
By Editorial Staff · 3 May 2013 · London
Kinky Boots on Broadway It's no surprise that, having been nominated for 13 Tony Awards this week, Kinky Boots is now being tipped for a West End transfer. The hit show, ...
James Corden on board for Nick Payne's new play at Donmar?
By Editorial Staff · 3 May 2013 · West End
The ever-busy James Corden is reportedly in line to star alongside Daniel Mays in Nick Payne's new play, while also being in discussions with director Rob Marshall about his forthcoming film version ...
Oliviers Goss: Thor star Tom Hiddleston back on stage 'by end of the year?'
By Editorial Staff · 29 Apr 2013 · West End
Tom Hiddleston fans were delighted by our revelation at last night's Olivier Awards that the Thor star is returning to the stage in the coming months - our tweet about it got over 100 ...
Nicholas Hytner admits to 'blind panic' watching Shakespeare? Do you agree with rewriting the text?
By Editorial Staff · 24 Apr 2013 · West End
National Theatre artistic director Nicholas Hytner's much-anticipated production of Othello, starring Adrian Lester in the title role and Rory Kinnear as Iago, opened last night at the NT ...
Lloyd Webber preps Stephen Ward Profumo musical for autumn premiere?
By Editorial Staff · 19 Apr 2013 · West End
Andrew Lloyd Webber is hoping to premiere his new musical Stephen Ward, based on the 1963 Profumo affair, before the end of the year.According to the Daily Mail, "If the right thea
Digital Theatre thinks big (screen) with new global partnership?
By Editorial Staff · 17 Apr 2013 · West End
An announcement was made earlier this week in Las Vegas that could have exciting implications for the worldwide profile of British theatre. At the CinemaCon meeting at Caesars Palace in Vegas, Whats
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