Tricycle Theatre

How seven London theatres got their names
Ever wondered how the Donmar got its name? We did some digging
5 minutes with: Tony Jayawardena - 'The West End is a difficult arena to succeed in'
We spent five minutes with the Bend It Like Beckham actor to chat about moving on from a large musical, working with Indhu at the Tricycle and Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer-Prize winning play, The Invisible Hand
The Invisible Hand (Tricycle Theatre)
Indhu Rubasingham directs Pulitzer Prize–winning Ayad Akhtar's intense political thriller
In pictures: The Invisible Hand at the Tricycle Theatre
Indhu Rubasingham's production will open at the Tricycle on 18 May
5 minutes with: Mikel Murfi - 'I have no fear onstage so the place can get wrecked'
We spent five minutes with Irish actor/director Mikel Murfi to discuss the madness of Ballyturk and his 'vulnerable' new show The Man in the Woman's Shoes
Full casting announced for The Invisible Hand at the Tricycle
Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar brings his new play to the Tricycle in May
The inaugural Equity Award for Services to Theatre
By Sita McIntosh
WhatsOnStage's Chief Operating Officer Sita McIntosh explains the newest award and why Sir Kenneth Branagh won it
Cressida Brown: It was a shock that our show became prime time news
By Cressida Brown
The director explains how she came to creating a piece about the Beaumont estate in London, and why she's revisiting the project ten years later
Casting announced for The Truth at Menier Chocolate Factory
Lindsay Posner directs Florian Zeller's new play
Young Londoners to take over Tricycle Theatre
The theatre is staging its biggest ever Tricycle Takeover in March