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Unmissable London Theatre This October

Unmissable London Theatre This October

Five mouth-watering shows opening this month. | By Neil Dowden
How To Get Free Theatre Tickets If You're Under 26

How To Get Free Theatre Tickets If You're Under 26

Say thank you to Meryl Streep and others. | By Johnny Fox
Review: Faith Healer Works Its Magic Power

Review: Faith Healer Works Its Magic Power

Multi-monologue masterpiece is beautifully executed. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Which is London's Smallest Theatre?

Which is London's Smallest Theatre?

Size isn't everything. | By Zoe Craig
Review: Elegy Asks If It's Our Memories That Make Us Who We Are

Review: Elegy Asks If It's Our Memories That Make Us Who We Are

Nick Payne's neuroscience play is a cerebral experience. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Review: Welcome Home, Captain Fox! Is Not So Fantastic

Review: Welcome Home, Captain Fox! Is Not So Fantastic

Shaky start to Donmar's 2016 season. | By James FitzGerald ★★☆☆☆
Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Depicts Cruel Art Of Seduction

Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Depicts Cruel Art Of Seduction

Christopher Hampton's play reveals aristocratic decadence of 18th century France. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Abi Morgan Play Has Touches Of Groundhog Day

Abi Morgan Play Has Touches Of Groundhog Day

A vodka with the dictator's wife. And another. And another. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
Occupy London, As Seen By The Clergy Of St Paul's

Occupy London, As Seen By The Clergy Of St Paul's

Temple shows us what the dean saw. | By Londonist ★★★★★
Dench, Gatiss And Tate To Star In Donmar Election Play

Dench, Gatiss And Tate To Star In Donmar Election Play

Tickets on sale 30 March. | By Will Noble
My Night With Reg At The Apollo Theatre

My Night With Reg At The Apollo Theatre

West End transfer offers a night to remember. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Trouble In Tinseltown: Detective Musical At The Donmar

Trouble In Tinseltown: Detective Musical At The Donmar

Classic potboiler also examines plight of writers. | By James FitzGerald ★★★☆☆
Untimely Deaths: My Night With Reg

Untimely Deaths: My Night With Reg

Part anthem for doomed youth, part ribald comedy. | By Johnny Fox
No Privacy: You'll Never Trust Your Phone Again

No Privacy: You'll Never Trust Your Phone Again

James Graham's new play asks some searching questions. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Roots: A Kitchen Sink Classic

Roots: A Kitchen Sink Classic

Young upstart heads home from London – let the family rows commence. | By helenbabbs
This Week's Top Dates: Concerts, Comedy, Circus, Cult Cinema And Cider

This Week's Top Dates: Concerts, Comedy, Circus, Cult Cinema And Cider

Impress a new squeeze with one of these top London date ideas. | By Londonist
Tough Love In The Night Alive

Tough Love In The Night Alive

The Night Alive at the Donmar Warehouse puts the audience through the emotional wringer. | By Londonist
Snap Up Tickets To A Summer Of Theatre On Screen

Snap Up Tickets To A Summer Of Theatre On Screen

Othello, The Audience, A Doll's House and Branagh's Macbeth in your local cinema. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Away With The Fairies: The Weir At Donmar Warehouse

Away With The Fairies: The Weir At Donmar Warehouse

Don't go expecting 'Father Ted' but there's a rich seam of comedy in Conor McPherson's play The Weir. | By Johnny Fox
What’s On In London Theatre 23 – 29 April

What’s On In London Theatre 23 – 29 April

London’s best theatre, dance, opera, comedy and kids theatre opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Trelawny Of The Wells @ Donmar Warehouse

Theatre Review: Trelawny Of The Wells @ Donmar Warehouse

A local play for local people? | By Johnny Fox
What's On In London Theatre: 26 February - 4 March

What's On In London Theatre: 26 February - 4 March

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and opera opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
Win Tickets To See The Silence Of The Sea

Win Tickets To See The Silence Of The Sea

An exquisitely constructed human drama from Donmar at the Trafalgar Studios (sponsored post). | Sponsor
Theatre Review: The Silence of the Sea @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: The Silence of the Sea @ Trafalgar Studios

An rare example of silence playing a key role in a play. | By Sam Smith
Theatre Review: Julius Caesar @ Donmar Warehouse

Theatre Review: Julius Caesar @ Donmar Warehouse

This all-female production is a brutal affair. | By Londonist
Ticket Alert: Donmar £10 Front Row Seats

Ticket Alert: Donmar £10 Front Row Seats

For every performance released 10am Mondays (sponsored post). | Sponsor
What's On In London Theatre 18-25 September

What's On In London Theatre 18-25 September

This week’s theatrical openings and reminders about those shows that are leaving London in the next seven days. | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 18-24 October

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 18-24 October

A slew of new exhibitions and shows open in London this week; some with a distinctly half-termish outlook | By Zoe Craig
Comedy To Harold Pinter: Who's Who in London's Theatrical Nomenclature

Comedy To Harold Pinter: Who's Who in London's Theatrical Nomenclature

In honour of the new Harold Pinter Theatre, we look at the men and women lending their names to London's playhouses | By Zoe Craig
Love Never Dies leads Laurence Olivier Award Nominations

Love Never Dies leads Laurence Olivier Award Nominations

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom sequel receives seven nominations for the Laurence Olivier theatre awards. | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 7 – 13 December

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 7 – 13 December

In the next seven days you can explore all kinds of exciting arty things in London. There's Chinese robes, a Cinderella set in the Blitz, photos of the Clash, and Antony and Cleopatra at the Roundhouse. Stars taking to the stage include Derek Jacobi, Mark Gatiss, Catherine Tate and Anita Dobson. You can see modern pantos and learn about ancient frost fairs. And everyone's favourite pink cat takes to the stage... | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 27 July - 2 August

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 27 July - 2 August

By Zoe Craig
Royal Court Takes Crown at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Royal Court Takes Crown at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards

By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: A Doll's House @ the Donmar Warehouse

Theatre Review: A Doll's House @ the Donmar Warehouse

By Zoe Craig
Swordfights, Sequins and Shakespeare: This Year's Olivier Award Nominations

Swordfights, Sequins and Shakespeare: This Year's Olivier Award Nominations

By Zoe Craig
Evening Standard Theatre Award Winners Announced

Evening Standard Theatre Award Winners Announced

By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead 19-26 November

Arts Ahead 19-26 November

By Zoe Craig
Booking Now

Booking Now

By Talia
Review: Piaf at Donmar Warehouse

Review: Piaf at Donmar Warehouse

By Talia
Arts Ahead 5-11 August

Arts Ahead 5-11 August

By Zoe Craig

Arts Ahead 4-11 March

By Zoe Craig
McGregor As Iago – Come On Critics, What Is The Verdict?

McGregor As Iago – Come On Critics, What Is The Verdict?

By Jemimah Steinfeld
Last Chance To See: Kiss Of The Spider Woman

Last Chance To See: Kiss Of The Spider Woman

By M@
Culture Crawl

Culture Crawl

By Hazel