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An exhibition looking at erotic pleasures, infantile sexuality and animalistic desires is coming to the Lisson Gallery
Artists Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg bring their new exhibition ‘Who am I to Judge, or, It Must be Something Delicious,’ to the Lisson Gallery, London.
Olivier-nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground returns to The Vaults this month
And you could get discounted tickets.
Theatre Review: 42nd Street @ Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
The glitz and glamour of Broadway's biggest musical has been revived and is currently showing on London’s biggest stage at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
We speak to actor Orlando James as he takes on Leontes in The Winters Tale
Cheek by Jowl are bringing Shakespeare’s classic tragedy The Winter’s Tale to The Barbican this April.
Talking all-female Posh with director Cressida Carré and actress Macy Nyman
Posh is reinvented with a cast of 12 women.
Theatre Review: Kicked in the Sh*tter @ The Hope Theatre
A story of struggle, hope and an incompassionate hierarchy, Kicked in the Sh*tter follows brother and sister as they find themselves dependent on the welfare state.
Olivier Awards Spotlight: Best Actor in a Play
One of the most competitive categories this year sees old talent, new talent and legends of stage and screen.
Olivier Awards Spotlight: Best Actor in a Musical
Our leading men this year are seriously superb.
Olivier Awards Spotlight: Best Actress in a Play
Broad and compelling writing, gender blind casting and meaty roles meant female talent could flourish last year.
Sometimes bonkers theatre is the best
This week I found myself in a peculiar position. I had tickets to see an empowering play about the wonder of being a woman, however I somehow found myself in a room with no set looking at three men in drag.
Olivier Awards Spotlight: Best New Play
This category couldn’t be more varied in style.
Olivier Awards Spotlight: Best New Musical
As we have just four weeks until the acclaimed ceremony we’re putting the spotlight on each category to give us an idea of who might take home one of the esteemed awards.
Actor Rafe Spall claims theatre is harder to break than TV or film
The commercialised theatre world is still focused on being a money making machine and therefore risks cannot afford to be taken, says Spall.
Theatre Review: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead @ The Old Vic
The duo are perfectly cast with Joshua McGuire taking the reigns as Guildenstern, and Daniel Radcliffe as Rosencrantz.
The Bunker Theatre has announced a weeklong festival called Bunker Without Borders
The festival will seek to explore the question ‘what might a world without borders look like, sound like, feel like, be like?'
Theatre Review: Ugly Lies The Bone @ The National Theatre
Exploring Virtual Reality, The National Theatre brings us Lindsey Ferrentino's new play Ugly Lies The Bone.
The National Theatre is hosting a free virtual reality installation exploring PTSD
Held in The National Theatre’s Immersive Storytelling Studio the use of this technology is to help enhance the NT’s remit to be explore dramatic storytelling.