Stephen Ward

20 Questions: Composer Craig Adams - 'I don't think Stephen Ward was the right approach for that story'
By Ben Hewis · 8 Apr 2014

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

Brief Encounter with ... Duet For One/Separation's Clare Foster
By Glenn Meads · 2 Apr 2014

Clare Foster is trading musicals such as Merrily We Roll Along and Crazy For You for the challenge of performing two Tom Kempinski plays in repertoire at The Octagon Theatre. We caught up with her to find out more.

A few of my favourite things: Stephen Ward's Charlotte Blackledge
By Ben Hewis · 6 Mar 2014

The actress lists Tom Hanks, Thai food and Machu Picchu among her favourite things

Poll: Is there room in the West End for new work?
By Ben Hewis · 4 Mar 2014

WhatsOnStage polls are back and for the first one we would like to know whether you think there is room in the West End for original work

Lloyd Webber fires back at Stephen Ward criticism
By Editorial Staff · 28 Feb 2014

In a strongly-worded letter to the Telegraph, the composer takes umbrage at the suggestion the musical lacks commercial appeal

RSC's Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies follow Stephen Ward at Aldwych?
By Editorial Staff · 25 Feb 2014

The productions would mark a return to the West End venue for the RSC

Michael Coveney: Musical metaphors as Rigoletto reigns and Snoo stirs
By Michael Coveney · 25 Feb 2014

Stephen Ward shutters as the ENO reinvigorates Rigoletto

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Stephen Ward to close on 29 March
By Editorial Staff · 25 Feb 2014

The racy musical about the Profumo Affair premiered at the Aldwych Theatre in December

Lloyd Webber's Stephen Ward extends booking by three months
By Editorial Staff · 20 Jan 2014

The musical, which centres on the Profumo Affair, is now booking until the end of May

Is Stephen Ward a hit for Lloyd Webber?
By Editorial Staff · 23 Dec 2013

Andrew Lloyd Webber is no stranger to a mixed critical reception, and his new musical based on the 1963 Profumo Affair, which premiered at the Aldwych Theatre last week, is no exception