War Horse

Michael Coveney and Matt Trueman on Hytner's National - 'a golden era'
Our critics assess Nicholas Hytner's 12-year tenure as he marks his final day as artistic director of the National Theatre
Michael Coveney: Are books taking over the stage, and does it matter?
To mark World Book Day, our chief critic reflects on the influence of literature on contemporary theatre
Voting now open in Olivier This Morning Audience Award
By Editorial Staff
The category is the only Olivier Award voted for by the public
Number of productions at subsidised theatres rises despite cuts
New research by the BBC has revealed that the output of the biggest 20 venues has increased in the past five years
War Horse extends to 2016, new casting announced
By Editorial Staff
The award-winning show gallops on at the New London Theatre
Michael Coveney: Ding dong merrily in panto and classic kids' shows
'I'm unrepentant in my love of pantomime, the greatest theatrical genre we have'
Educating Rita and Hudsucker Proxy in Liverpool Everyman spring/summer season
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Willy Russell's classic two hander, Con O'Neil and Leanne Best will play Rita and Frank
Derek Bond chats about Little Shop of Horrors at the Royal Exchange
With pantos filling the theatre schedules for Christmas, the Royal Exchange is staging something alternative; Little Shop of Horrors and we chat to the director to find out more.
Mary Berry marks Remembrance Day with Joey and cast of War Horse
The Bake Off judge presented a bouquet of poppies to the company of the hit show
17 shows to take the kids to this half term
We take a look at some of the best shows to keep your children occupied during the school break