I Can't Sing!
Nigel Harman: 'Staging these Berkoff plays is about risk-taking'
Ahead of his double-bill of plays by Steven Berkoff, Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses, at Trafalgar Studios, Nigel Harman explains what drew him to the shows
Leading Ladies: Cynthia Erivo - 'I want to do everything'
The star of The Color Purple and I Can't Sing! on returning to classical theatre, choosing acting over shirt selling, and those Memphis rumours
Alexandra Burke chats about The Bodyguard and I Can't Sing!
We talk to the X Factor winner who will soon take over from Beverley Knight in the musical adaptation of the 1992 film
Diana Vickers: High ticket prices to blame for I Can't Sing! closure
The former X Factor contestant says that fans of the show were put off by prices at the Palladium
Theatre highlights of the week: 1984 transfers, Secret Theatre Show 5 and Gujarati Shakespeare
Ben Hewis takes a look at the openings and closings in London theatre this week
Michael Coveney: Bob Hoskins remembered with fringe benefits, as I Can't Sing! flops and I battle the Bard
In his new weekly blog, our chief critic remembers a screen legend and reflects on the closure of Harry Hill's X Factor musical
Michael Coveney: Preview lowdown on Dirty Rotten tricks and a Q&A in Another Country
Tonight may be gala night but critics attended Dirty Rotten Scoundrels yesterday
Exclusive Video: Brand new trailer for I Can't Sing!
After opening to rave reviews last week, the X Factor musical has just released its official trailer
It's a 'yes' from the critics as Harry Hill's I Can't Sing! opens
The X Factor musical, starring Cynthia Erivo and Nigel Harman, opened at the London Palladium last night to critical acclaim