The Weir

Theatre highlights of the week: Imelda Staunton in Good People and Relative Values with Rory Bremner

The RSC get busy for Shakespeare's 450th birthday with The Roaring Girl and Henry IV, Part I and II opening this week

Listen to our post show Q&A with the cast of The Weir at Wyndham's Theatre
By Editorial Staff

After our recent #wosouting, WhatsOnStage editor Theo Bosanquet led a discussion with the cast

What show should I see this weekend?

Buying tickets to see a show can be hard work, but not any more! Try our flowchart to find out what you should see this week

Michael Coveney: Cheers to The Weir, and to footie fans of The Pass

Our chief critic sees stars at The Weir and enjoys seeing football in the spotlight at the Royal Court

The Weir (West End)

Josie Rourke's acclaimed revival of Conor McPherson's modern classic transfers to the West End's Wyndham's Theatre

Opening: Weir transfers, Payne's Blurred Lines and Russell Beale's Lear
By Editorial Staff

Josie Rourke's acclaimed Donmar production of The Weir moves round the corner to Wyndham's, while one of our finest classical actors teams with Sam Mendes on King Lear at the National

Donmar's Weir transfers to West End in January
Josie Rourke's acclaimed Donmar revival of Conor McPherson's The Weir moves to Wyndham's Theatre next year
‘When We Flew By Night' - Peter McDonald on working with Conor McPherson
Conor McPherson's new play The Night Alive premiered at the Donmar Warehouse this week. Here, actor Peter McDonald, who appeared in the Donmar's recent revival of McPherson's The Weir, describes the playwright at work