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Brian Conley and Linzi Hateley confirmed for Barnum tour
By Theo Bosanquet · 27 Feb 2014

The UK tour opens at Leicester Curve in September

Brief Encounter with... Miss Nightingale's Jill Cardo
By Glenn Meads · 27 Feb 2014

The hit musical Miss Nightingale embarks on a new tour next month. We caught up with leading lady Jill Cardo to find out a bit more about the show.

Casting announced for new Dirty Dancing tour
By Editorial Staff · 26 Feb 2014

The show embarks on its latest UK and Ireland tour in March

Dancing On Ice final tour starts in Manchester, 28 March
By Glenn Meads · 26 Feb 2014

West End stars Bonnie Langford and Gareth Gates skate their way to arenas all over the UK for the final time

WhatsOnStage winner Michael Grandage directs Dawn French solo tour
By Editorial Staff · 25 Feb 2014

The tour is French's first solo show, and kicks off in Sheffield in June

RSC's Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies follow Stephen Ward at Aldwych?
By Editorial Staff · 25 Feb 2014

The productions would mark a return to the West End venue for the RSC

Cast: New tour of The Mousetrap
By Glenn Meads · 25 Feb 2014

Extensive 2014 tour of The Mousetrap features stars of stage and TV

Catherine Love: A winning night for the Michael Grandage Season
By Catherine Love · 24 Feb 2014

The Michael Grandage Season's series of wins at last night's WhatsOnStage Awards is a vindication of its attempt to widen access and affordability for West End theatre.

Book of Mormon, Harry Potter stars and Open Air Theatre among 2014 WhatsOnStage Award winners
By Editorial Staff · 23 Feb 2014

The 14th annual Awards were announced this evening during a star-studded Concert at the Prince of Wales Theatre

Full List: Winners of the 2014 WhatsOnStage Awards
By Editorial Staff · 23 Feb 2014

The Book of Mormon claimed four awards, as did the Michael Grandage Company; Harry Potter co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint both claimed acting honours, while Helen Mirren added to her trophy cabinet for The Audience and the Open Air Theatre did a double of Best Play and Musical Revival