The latest edition of our sister print title What’s On Stage Magazine is out now, available in 35 participating London theatres as well as selected hotels, restaurants and tourist bureaux.

Amongst the great features on offer in the February 2009 issue are:

  • RAIN EXPECTED - As Richard Greenberg’s three-hander Three Days of Rain opens in the West End later this month, its stars James McAvoy, Nigel Harman and Lyndsey Marshal and director Jamie Lloyd discuss their approach to the play with Roger Foss.
  • A ROLE TO ENJOY - Alison Steadman explains why playing ‘Mam’ in Alan Bennett’s Enjoy has taken her in a new direction.

  • SPRING HAS SPRUNG - Michael Coveney welcomes the arrival in London of Spring Awakening, the multi award-winning rock musical that took Broadway by storm.

  • WHO’S TOPS? - All you need to know about the 2009 Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards, plus highlights of the awards nominations launch party and news about this month’s Awards Concert at the Prince of Wales Theatre. (Tickets almost gone! - click here to buy now!).

  • FROCK FOLLIES - Graham Norton explains why he’s happy to drag up for his West End debut in La Cage aux Folles.

    We’ve also got all of your favourite regular magazine sections, including Headliners (news, previews and Talking Heads snippet interviews), Up for Grabs competitions, Limelight pictures, this month’s What’s On Guide diary and listings, Brief Encounter (with actress Sadie Frost, who goes solo this month in Touched … for the very first time), Recommended (theatregoer raves about recent openings) and, last but not least, Critical Comment, in which our columnist, Guardian critic Michael Billington, who suggests there will never be another playwright like the late Harold Pinter.

    Copies of the magazine at its various outlets are often scooped up very fast. To get future copies sent to your home, why not subscribe to our Whatsonstage.com Theatre Club? Full membership also gains you advance, discount booking on our ever-popular Outings, exclusive access to Whatsonstage.com Wednesdays and other free ticket and discount offers – click here for more information.

    Readers and advertisers can also thumb through the complete issue page by page by clicking here. PLUS, now you can carry this – or any – issue of What's On Stage Magazine on your own website for no cost whatsoever. Digital versions like the one above can be loaded via the simple addition of some "embed" code which can be copied and pasted into any website. To find out more and obtain the necessary codes, all you need to do is click here.