Mat Horne and Nigel Harman join James McAvoy and cast for Ruling Class opening night
By Ben Hewis
The production marks the first revival of Peter Barnes' satirical comedy since its first run in the 1960s, when it won the Evening Standard's best drama award
West End Producer: A theatrical look back at 2014, dear
By West End Producer
Everyone's favourite masked producer takes a look back over a very busy year for London theatre
Shrek the Musical's Faye Brookes: 'Everyone has seen these characters grow from the very first film'
By Glenn Meads
Faye Brookes is coming home for Christmas, starring as Princess Fiona in the hit musical Shrek in Manchester.
Show Pics: Shrek The Musical on tour
By Rebecca Donn
A little teaser of what to expect if you're planning on seeing the show
Rehearsal Pics: Nigel Harman and cast of Shrek tour
Rehearsal images have been released for the upcoming UK tour directed by Harman, which stars Dean Chisnall, Faye Brookes, Idriss Kargbo and Gerard Carey
Downton's Joanne Froggatt stars in Nigel Harman-directed play Rabbit Hole in West End
Froggatt will play a mother whose family is shattered by grief
Exclusive Video: Brand new trailer for I Can't Sing!
By Ben Hewis
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
Sneak Peek: First look at I Can't Sing!
Harry Hill's X Factor musical continues to prepare for the show's opening at the London Palladium on 26 March, featuring WhatsOnStage Award winning actor Nigel Harman as Simon Cowell, WhatsOnStage Award nominee Cynthia Erivo as Chenice and Alan Morrissey as Max.
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