Jerusalem

The Watermill Theatre at 50: Remote, magical and punching above its weight
As the Watermill's 50th anniversary year draws to a close, artistic director Paul Hart talks about the theatre's legacy and his own time at the venue's helm
Why aren't there more revivals of new British plays?
Sarah Crompton heralds the announcement of a revival of Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem and asks why we don't see more second productions of new British writing
Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem to receive first major revival at Watermill Theatre
Lisa Blair will direct the production at the Watermill Theatre next year
Review: Hyem (Theatre 503)
Philip Correia's debut play runs at Theatre503 until 23 September
5 minutes with: Ian Rickson 'We're all there to realise the writer's wishes'
The director of Jerusalem's new show Evening at the Talk House has just opened at the National Theatre
Full cast announced and tickets on sale for Farinelli and the King starring Mark Rylance
By Editorial Staff
The West End transfer of Claire van Kampen's play opens at the Duke of York's Theatre in September
Stage manager left paralysed by fall at Soho Theatre
Rachael Presdee fell through a 'Juliet' door during a production of Boys in 2012
Holy Warriors (Shakespeare's Globe)
David Eldridge's epic new play looks at the history of religious conflict in the middle east
Rickson revives Butterworth's 'exhilaratingly violent' Mojo
By Editorial Staff
Ian Rickson's all-star West End revival of Jez Butterworth's 1995 play is 'set to become a smash hit all over again'
Catherine Love: The Play's the Thing - but I want some surprises
By Catherine Love
What's your favourite play? Our new blogger Catherine Love considers the opportunity posed by English Touring Theatre's new survey