Theatres

As You Like It

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre: As You Like It

Watching Shakespeare under the stars is an essential part of the London summer season. So what did our reviewer make of As You Like It? What better way to enjoy the British summer than to...
Britains Theatres

History of Britain’s Theatres

This year London’s Old Vic celebrates its 200th anniversary. To mark the occasion, we bring you some of Britain’s oldest playhouses still delighting audiences This year marks 200 years of London’s Old Vic, but the...
Catherine Steadman as Romaine and Jack McMullen as Leonard

Agatha Christie’s gripping murder mystery play comes to County Hall on London’s South Bank

Witness to the Prosecution is the first major production of an Agatha Christie play to be staged in London since the Sixties A new production of an Agatha Christie play has opened at the County...
RSC, London, West End, Queen Anne

Review: Queen Anne reigns supreme at London’s Royal Haymarket Theatre

This Royal Shakespeare Company smash hit, which has just transferred to London’s West End, explores the troubled life of Queen Anne during a time of political turmoil The British Monarchy is rightly proud of its...
The Royal Opera House, London. Credit: The Royal Opera House

5 of the best London theatre hotspots

London’s theatre scene is at the heart of the capital's creativity and a visit to a world-class show is a must-see for many visitors. Here we explore the best spots to sample a theatrical treat.
Willemijn Verkaik as Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West. Credit: Matt Crockett

West End musical Wicked: be spellbound by this London theatre smash hit

The multi award-winning West End musical Wicked, now in its 11th year, will blow you away Turning the beloved children’s story The Wonderful Wizard of Oz on its head, the West End musical Wicked challenges...

Queen Anne set to open in London’s West End

Queen Anne is set to open at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket later this month. We sit down with playwright Helen Edmundson, who discusses female power and relationships, themes that are central to the play. The Royal Shakespeare Company production of...

Review: Hapgood at Hampstead Theatre, London

This Cold War spy thriller is the perfect antidote to the West End’s festive fare.
Made in Dagenham

London theatre review: Made in Dagenham

The West End stage version of the popular British film, Made in Dagenham, is now running at the Adelphi Theatre on London’s Strand. It's 1968, a group of hard-working women in Essex, in southeast England, are embroiled...

Twelfth Night at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

There are few pursuits as British as watching Shakespeare in the open air – find out what BRITAIN thought of this re-imagining of this classic comedy... There is something quintessentially British about the Regent’s Park...

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