Off-West End

Our Town (Almeida Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 20 Oct 2014

David Cromer's refreshing new version of Thornton Wilder's play amplifies its emphasis on the ordinary

Rachel Tucker opens new theatre in Penge
By Editorial Staff · 9 Oct 2014

The Bridge House Theatre SE20 will be jointly run by Tucker and Guy Retallack

Stage manager left paralysed by fall at Soho Theatre
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 Oct 2014

Rachael Presdee fell through a 'Juliet' door during a production of Boys in 2012

Free As Air (Finborough Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 7 Oct 2014

Stewart Nicholls' revival of this 1950s musical does not entirely make the case for rediscovering it

Calm Down, Dear (Camden People's Theatre )
By Catherine Love · 26 Sep 2014

A galvanising and often funny double bill opens Camden People's Theatre's festival of feminist performance

Teh Internet is Serious Business (Royal Court)
By Catherine Love · 24 Sep 2014

The Royal Court's latest anarchic offering tells the story of Anonymous and LulzSec hacktivists

Guest Blog: 'Most people turn away at the mention of FGM'
By Bahar Brunton · 22 Aug 2014

Bahar Brunton is one of the writers of Little Stitches, a new series of short plays exploring the effects of Female Genital Mutilation

Theatre503 announces new season
By Rebecca Donn · 20 Aug 2014

The Battersea venue will stage a varied selection of work, including two premieres and a fringe transfer

20 Questions: Danielle Tarento - 'Producing is challenging every day'
By Editorial Staff · 31 Jul 2014

Danielle Tarento is producing the upcoming run of Dogfight at the Southwark Playhouse, with more projects in the pipeline. She co-founded the Menier Chocolate Factory with David Babani, and produced the WhatsOnStage Award-winning Titanic last year

The Nether (Royal Court)
By Catherine Love · 25 Jul 2014

Jennifer Haley's play offers an unsettling look at online ethics and the blurred line between the virtual and the real