What is going on with the Cabaret reviews?
The West End has a major advantage over Broadway during awards seasons
The Olivier Awards were a reminder of UK theatre’s great power – but also of how much is in peril
Starlight Express and Mean Girls announcements showed casting direction at its finest
The art of the perfect stage show trailer
No train, no gain – the crisis on our public transport network is amplifying theatre’s woes
David Babani on the Menier Chocolate Factory’s 20th birthday
The WhatsOnStage Awards are a wonderful reminder of the sheer vibrancy of British theatre
The Traitors is pure Shakespeare – the producers have learnt from the best
Musicals have thrived at the box office this month – naysayers should change their tune
Cuts to local arts funding will decimate our cultural community – now and for generations to come
Chriskirkpatrickmas – the festive *NSYNC musical with absolutely no *NSYNC music
The West End landscape is changing
Musicals – the gateway drug of the theatre world
Indhu Rubasingham’s National Theatre appointment: It really does feel like a new beginning
Sondheim’s death felt like an ending, but it was really a beginning
The National Theatre has solved its Olivier problem
Social media – the double-edged sword for stage stars
Why do film marketers hate singing?
Cast changes are part of theatre’s unique magic
Why we’ve moved our star ratings
West End Producer’s most embarrasing moment…
The success of Love Never Dies highlights something missing from UK theatre
Spoiling the ship – should critics avoid spoilers in their write-ups?