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Theatre

An Interview with Laura Whitmore

We speak to presenter Laura Whitmore about her latest acting role in Peter James' Not Dead Enough, her theatre icons and favourite interviewees.

An Interview with Kara Tointon

We speak to Eastenders actress and Strictly Come Dancing winner Kara Tointon about her latest role in the psychological thriller Gaslight.

Clown Sex

Natasha Sutton-Williams invites you to experience something new and yet perversely familiar in Clown Sex.

The Best Theatre to see in March

Dark comedies, joyful musicals and the VAULT Festival finale - we discover what's in store in March.

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

This Summer, Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell star in the iconic play by Tennessee Williams.

An Interview with John MacMillan

We speak to actor John MacMillan about his challenging new role in Philip Ridley's latest play Killer.

Killing Time at Park Theatre

Antony Eden's staging of Zoe Mills' first full-length play is a witty comedy which reflects on life, death and legacy in the time of social media.

An Interview with Max and Ivan

We speak to character comedian duo Max and Ivan about their latest show Our Story, where instead of playing characters they'll be looking at their own unconventional childhood hobbies.

Art, Design, Fashion & Acting Workshops

Learn new skills or take up a new hobby with a hands-on workshop this Spring!

An Interview With Lindsey Ferrentino

We speak to playwright Lindsey Ferrentino about her latest play Ugly Lies The Bone, the atmosphere of Trump's America and amplifying the stories of female veterans.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

The hilarious tale of Hamlet's hapless duo is back at The Old Vic for it's 50th Anniversary production

An Interview with Arinzé Kene

We spoke with playwright and actor Arinzé Kene about his latest play good dog, the playwriting process and how London is the best city in the world.

February Family Roundup

From tales of devilishly clever foxes to jumping in puddles for sport (remember your wellies!) February will undoubtedly be filled with enjoyment, entertainment and laughter.

February Theatre Roundup

We explore the best plays gracing London's stages in February.

Aladdin the Musical

Join the Genie, Aladdin and Jasmine for a musical spectacular in the West End this year!

The Phantom of the Opera

Celebrating 30 years at the West End, The Phantom of the Opera continues to mesmerise and entrance audiences.

London is the unrefuted global hub for theatre. No doubt about it. Whether you are attracted by the bright lights of the West End or the creativity and innovation of fringe venues, the crop of talent in the capital is remarkable. So make sure you’re keeping on top of what’s going on by browsing our collection of some of the best theatre shows to catch right now! We’ll always include an varied mix, so you can either go for something you know you’ll like, or perhaps even push the boat out and get inspired by something new… It’s your call!