London theatre news
The Rolling Stone - Ticket Offer
18 January 2016
You can get £15 tickets for any performance of this show at the Orange Tree Theatre until this Saturday 23 January 2016 ...
The Father and Bad Jews back in West End
13 January 2016
You have another chance to see these two popular shows which are returning to London's theatreland. Bad Jews from 8 February at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, and The Father at the Duke of York's Theatre from 24 February 2016 ...
The Princess Monologues
11 January 2016
Following rave reviews for its previous run at London venues in November and December 2015, Goblin Baby Theatre Company bring this show to The Hen & Chickens Theatre on Friday 22 January, and the Bread & Roses Theatre on Friday 12 February 2016.
Top shows of 2015
30 December 2015
Apart from being the season of excess, it's also the time of year when critics rummage through their notebooks and decide on their top shows of the year ... here are a few to ponder in case you missed them ...
NOW '16 - Open submissions callout
10 November 2015
The Yard Theatre is looking for five new voices to take part in its festival of new performance - NOW '16 - which is scheduled to take place between 10 May and 11 June 2016.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II - details announced
24 October 2015
At last (we hear you cry) ... the details you've all been waiting for! Well, maybe not all of you, but many we suspect. Dates, times, and a bit of background about the new stage play and how it fits with the other Potter stories.
More tickets released for The Moderate Soprano
22 October 2015
Hampstead Theatre has released more tickets for The Moderate Soprano - seats go on sale to Hampstead Friends from 10am tomorrow, 23 October, which also sees the first preview of the show.
Accidents and Emergencies - 4 New Musicals
16 October 2015
The Lost Theatre is presenting a programme of brand-new, short musicals inspired by experiences in Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments in England. From 3 Novmber 2015.
Harry Potter Play Latest
27 September 2015
J. K Rowling reveals that the stage play set to hit the Palace Theatre next year will be in two parts.