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Thérèse Raquin transfers from Finborough to Park Theatre and Maureen Lipman joins Rags the Musical
By Ben Hewis · 17 Apr 2014 · London

The WhatsOnStage Award nominee's latest show transfers to North London venue

Birmingham Stage to produce Dinosaur Roar! Live On Stage! in UK tour
By Andi Kaufman · 16 Apr 2014 · Southwest

Based on Paul Stickland's best-selling dinosaur picture book, which sold over 5 million copies worldwide, the pre-historic characters are set to start roaming stages around the UK next year

Young Vic's View From the Bridge is a resounding hit
By Rosie Bannister · 15 Apr 2014 · London

Ivo van Hove's production starring Mark Strong, Nicola Walker and Phoebe Fox gets four and five stars across the board

New play Wonderland at Hampstead marks Miners' Strike anniversary
By Theo Bosanquet · 14 Apr 2014 · London

Beth Steel's play is her first since her debut Ditch at the Old Vic Tunnels

Catherine Love: Theatre puppetry - not just for kids
By Catherine Love · 14 Apr 2014 · Southwest

It's easy to dismiss popular art forms, but puppetry has proven itself to be about far more than children's entertainment and easy laughs

'Tis Pity She's A Whore (Barbican)
By Jenny Naish · 16 Apr 2014 · London

Cheek by Jowl restore the 17th century play, producing an incestuous tragedy which leaves a 'strange but thought-provoking aftertaste'

The Great Gatsby (Hornchurch)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 15 Apr 2014 · Off-West End

There's nothing like plunging in at the deep end, as Simon Jessop's solo directorial début with Peter Joucla's dramatisation of "The Great Gatsby" demonstrates.

Oh My Sweet Land (Young Vic)
By Kieran Corcoran · 15 Apr 2014 · London

Corinne Jaber's one-woman play explores the crisis in Syria through the stories of its two million refugees

The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith (Jermyn Street Theatre)
By Carole Gordon · 15 Apr 2014 · London

In it's first ever revival, Primavera brings back a 'largely forgotten piece of theatre' from 1895

The Malcontent (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)
By Maisie Collins · 14 Apr 2014 · London

The actors of the Globe Young Players succeed in tackling the play's inherent complexity

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