Matt Trueman: Olivier Awards: A good night for women but a bad night for diversity
Matt Trueman looks at who fared well at this year's Olivier Awards
New report shows strong box office figures in 2015
According to a report by Society of London Theatre, 2015 was a healthy year in London's theatre world
Michael Coveney: In its essence, theatre is here today and gone tomorrow
Michael Coveney on the new V&A exhibition Curtain Up and Peter Brook's Battlefield
Oliviers Preview: Let's hope for some surprises on Sunday
Looking ahead to British theatre's big night, where Davids will take on Goliaths
Kevin Spacey to receive special Olivier Award
By Editorial Staff
Spacey steps down as Old Vic artistic director later this year
SOLT box office report reveals 11th year of growth
Overall revenues and attendance rose again in 2014, as did ticket prices
Editor's Blog: Made in Dagenham and the plight of the British musical
'It's funny, it's stirring and, like all the most successful British shows, it revolves around industrial action. So what went wrong?'
New work 'overtakes revivals' on British stages, says report
A major survey of over 250 UK venues reveals that new work is now in the majority
West End strikes halted by BECTU & SOLT agreement
By Rebecca Donn
Recent threats of strike action over pay in the West End could be halted today after the organisations came to an agreeable solution
Do you support a strike by theatre workers over pay?
BECTU is campaigning for a commitment to the London Living Wage