Next Day (Unicorn Theatre)

Belgian company CAMPO offer audiences a glimpse of the world through children's eyes as part of LIFT

Guest Blog: What America can learn from UK theatre festivals
By David Binder

Tony-winning producer David Binder is currently producing the highly anticipated Deblozay as part of the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT)

The Shipment (Barbican)

Young Jean Lee's constantly shifting play reveals deeply embedded racial prejudices

The Roof (Doon Street Car Park, LIFT)

Frauke Requardt and David Rosenberg's latest collaboration is technically accomplished but ultimately disappointing

Theatre highlights of the week: Lily Cole opens in Last Days of Troy and Twelve Angry Men closes

Lots of exciting things happening this week as part of LIFT and two West End closures

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for June

Theatre highlights around the country in the coming month include LIFT and the RSC's Midsummer Mischief

20 Questions: Composer Craig Adams - 'I don't think Stephen Ward was the right approach for that story'

WhatsOnStage Award nominee Craig Adams (LIFT, Therese Raquin) answers our questions

How are theatres across the country commemorating the Great War?

This year marks 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War, an anniversary that is being recognised at theatres across the UK

LIFT 2014 puts World Cup and Great War in spotlight

The 20th LIFT festival features productions from 13 countries at 15 venues across the capital

Spotlight on: The Autograph Best Original Music Award
By Ben Hewis

As part of a new series, we take a closer look at some of the WhatsOnStage Awards categories, starting with the Autograph Best Original Music Award.