Theatre News

Casting announced for National Theatre's verbatim piece on Trump
All the President's Men? will look at President Donald Trump's cabinet
1927's Golem to embark on UK and international tour
The piece about the misuse of technology combines live performance with film and animation
Tributes paid to director Michael Bogdanov
The director, who founded the English Shakespeare Company in the '80s, has died aged 78
Bertie Carvel and Richard Coyle to star in new James Graham play
Carvel will play Rupert Murdoch in the production which opens in June
Andrew Scott: 'I want to see the cost of theatre tickets change'
The Almeida have just run a festival giving young people the chance to see Hamlet for free
Audra McDonald: 'The theatre industry needs to do more to help new mums and gay parents'
The six-time Tony Award-winner was talking at the West End launch of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill
Trump - The Panto announced at Leicester Square Theatre
The Christmas show will open in December this year
David Bowie's Lazarus musical to become virtual reality experience
Audience members at the V&A will be able to experience the musical through VR headsets
Cordelia Lynn awarded Royal Court's 2017 Pinter Commission
The commission is awarded to a playwright to support a new play at the theatre
Kate Wasserberg appointed Out of Joint co-artistic director
She joins founder Max Stafford-Clark to helm the company