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Review: The Hunting Lodge (Unicorn Theatre)
Ignace Cornelissen's sort of Cinderella sequel follows a Prince Charming as he's on the lookout for a new wife
Review: Anyone Can Whistle (Union Theatre)
Phil Willmott directs this revival of Sondheim's cartoonesque musical about a corrupt town
10 showtunes you should (or shouldn't) be listening to this Valentine's
According to a new poll, show tunes are the least likely to be played in the bedroom. Here are some stagey options for your Valentine's Day playlist
Paul Taylor-Mills: 'We're going to do everything we can to not follow the rules'
We speak to the newest artistic director in London about new musicals, Lloyd Webber's deep pockets and dinner parties with Lin-Manuel Miranda
What's in my Dressing Room? - Antic Disposition's Rhys Bevan
Bevan takes us behind the scenes to show us what a dressing room in a cathedral really looks like
School Play is an insight into a world many of us can only glimpse
By Alex MacKeith
Alex MacKeith, the writer of a new play about a primary school, explains why theatre and education have much common ground
Cardboard Citizens announces series of new plays exploring UK housing
The theatre company celebrates 25 years of creating work with and for homeless people this year
Review: Disney's Newsies (in cinemas 19 February)
Jeremy Jordan stars in this cinematic release of Disney's Broadway musical
Review: Beware of Pity (Barbican Theatre )
Simon McBurney's piece for Complicite and Schaubuhne is an illuminating, if exhausting, two hours of theatrical barrage