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

Amongst the great features on offer in the April 2008 issue are:

  • WIND OF CHANGE - First the book, then the movie and now a new musical version of Gone With the Wind is about to premiere in the West End. Roger Foss meets Jill Paice and Darius Danesh, the new Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler, and explains why everybody loves Margaret Mitchell’s story. (An abridged version of this article is also on the main website – get a sneak peek by clicking here…)

  • GO WEST! - There’s a whole theatregoing experience to be explored when you venture west of the West End.

  • MAGICAL ACTING - As Vanessa Redgrave brings Joan Didion’s The Year of Magical Thinking to the National Theatre, Michael Coveney celebrates one of the world’s greatest living actresses.

    We’ve also got all of your favourite regular magazine sections, including Headliners (news, previews and snippet interviews with Maria Friedman and Jerry Springer composer Richard Thomas), Up for Grabs competitions, Limelight pictures, this month’s What’s On Guide diary and listings, Brief Encounter (with director of the moment Rupert Goold, who premieres Stephen Adly Guirgis’ The Last Days of Judas Iscariot this week), Recommended (theatregoer raves about recent openings) and, last but not least, Critical Comment, in which our columnist, Guardian critic Michael Billington, deconstructs the “well-made” play.

    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 Theatregoers’ Club? Membership also gains you advance, discount booking on our ever-popular Outings and exclusive access to Whatsonstage.com Wednesdays and other discounts – click here for more information.