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Making a Murderer laywers to appear at the London Palladium
By Editorial Staff
Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, the two lawyers who fought for Steven Avery in Netflix docuseries Making a Murderer, will be in conversation in October
Top 5 theatre openings this week: 4 - 10 July
From ping pong to people smuggling, we take a look at what you should be seeing this week
Danny Sapani: Government cuts mean we need to hold onto organisations like Wac Arts
By Danny Sapani
Ahead of a new production from Wac Arts, the actor describes how the company helped him into the industry and how important places like Wac are for young people
Mark Quartley to join Simon Russell Beale in The Tempest
The actor will take on the role of Ariel in Greg Doran's upcoming production
Matt Trueman: The roar of current affairs creeps into the plays we watch
Matt Trueman on how recent political events affect our interpretation of theatre
Test your theatre knowledge: Quiz of the month
By Editorial Staff
How much attention have you been paying to WhatsOnStage?
Theatres collaborate on commemoration of the Somme
The National Theatre, Birmingham Rep, Manchester Royal Exchange and more took part in a nationwide artwork by Jeremy Deller
Ugly Lovely (Old Red Lion)
This debut play from Welsh writer Ffion Jones focuses on an unhappy young woman in Swansea
Sharon D Clarke and Alex Hassell cast in Pigs and Dogs
Caryl Churchill's short play looks at the truth behind the Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Act
John Hurt withdraws from The Entertainer
The actor was due to star in the production of John Osborne's play opposite Kenneth Branagh