Cabaret

Eliza Doolittle joins Frances Ruffelle in St James cabaret
By Editorial Staff · 24 Sep 2014

Mother and daughter are set to perform together in Ruffelle's cabaret at the St James Theatre

Peter Straker: Black Magic (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 14 Aug 2014

'Straker's voice, one of the most extraordinary in British musical theatre, has never sounded better'

Guest Blog: Ben Walters on the 'frisson' of cabaret
By Ben Walters · 8 Jul 2014

The former Time Out cabaret editor now produces a quarterly event at Chelsea Theatre

Angela Lansbury planning to do more plays in the West End?
By Ben Hewis · 4 Jun 2014

The Murder She Wrote star is reportedly lining up new stage projects

Notes from New York: Looking forward to the Tonys, Drama Desks, and Father's Day with Lear
By Bethany Rickwald · 21 May 2014

Because New Yorkers have never met an award they didn't like

Limbo (London Wonderground)
By Ben Hewis · 19 May 2014

The critically acclaimed show returns to the Southbank venue for a second summer of sizzling showmanship

Theatre highlights of the week: Ruthie Hensall joins Billy, In The Heights and The Pajama Game open
By Ben Hewis · 12 May 2014

Lots of openings and transfers this week and not a single show closing

Joanna Riding, Danielle Hope and Daniel Boys lead Delfont Room cabarets
By Rosie Bannister · 29 Apr 2014

The late night series at the Prince of Wales Theatre will return in June

Michael Coveney: Annabel Leventon and Robert Meadmore shake up Crazy Coqs
By Michael Coveney · 20 Feb 2014

Our chief critic enjoys a night of cabaret in the company of some familiar faces

Cafe de Paris launches first in-house cabaret season since the 1950s
By Editorial Staff · 5 Dec 2013

Cafe de Paris is more than just the much-loved venue for our annual WhatsOnStage Awards. It's also a Grade-II listed building with a rich cabaret past - which it's now reclaiming in style