Old Vic Theatre

Critics enjoy Richard Armitage in 'thrilling' production of The Crucible
By Rosie Bannister · 4 Jul 2014

Yael Farber's production of Arthur Miller's classic was well received, despite its three and a half hour running time

Theatre highlights of the week: Miss Saigon opens, Open Air Theatre begins season and Godspell
By Ben Hewis · 19 May 2014

A very exciting week in the West End as Miss Saigon returns to the West End after 15 years

William Houston replaces Iain Glen in Old Vic's Fortune's Fool
By Rosie Bannister · 9 Jan 2014

The Game of Thrones star has been forced to pull out of the production, which runs until 22 February, on doctor's advice

Lester and Kinnear share Best Actor at Evening Standard Awards, Mirren also triumphs
By Theo Bosanquet · 17 Nov 2013

Six Special Awards were also given out, with recipients including David Walliams and Andrew Lloyd Webber

Kim Cattrall and Seth Numrich on the ‘pairing of equal forces' in Sweet Bird of Youth
By Guest Contributor · 30 Jul 2013
In Tennessee Williams' 1959 classic Sweet Bird of Youth currently revived at the Old Vic, Kim Cattrall plays a fading Hollywood actress traveling incognito, and inebriated, opposite young gigolo and dreamer Chance Wayne, played by Broadway's Seth Numrich. The co-stars talk to Neena Dhillon about tormented outsiders and placing their faith in the writing.