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Photos: First Look at the West End Transfer of TWO STRANGERS (CARRY A CAKE ACROSS NEW YORK)

All new photos have been released from Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across New York) at the Criterion Theatre. Check out the photos here!

The Broadway 2023/24 Season by Olivier Award Winners

This Sunday, London's biggest theatre stars come together to celebrate the 2024 Laurence Olivier Awards, hosted by Hannah Waddingham. While it might take some time for this season's nominees to make it across the pond (NOTE: Sunset Boulevard, Stephen Sondheim's Old Friends, and Stranger Things: First Shadow have already announced plans to transfer next season), you can catch past Olivier-winning productions on Broadway now.


The entire evening confirms MacMillan’s scope as a choreographer, but we knew that already right?

Review: ROMEO AND JULIET, Globe Theatre

Shakespeare's classic tragedy Romeo and Juliet is currently being performed with an exciting and contemporary makeover at the iconic Globe Theatre, enchanting younger audiences with modern twists, an engaging diverse cast and daring BMX stunts.

Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert MY FAVORITE THINGS Will Be Available to Stream in the US

My Favorite Things: The Rodgers & Hammerstein 80th Anniversary Concert will be available to stream on-demand in North America from Sunday, March 24 through Sunday, March 31, 2024. We have all of the details on how you can watch from home!

Review: THE FLYING DUTCHMAN, Royal Opera House

Albery’s revival of his Flying Dutchman simply works: with a great cast and a smooth atmosphere created by a dreamlike ship-inspired set, it all builds towards a Gesamtkunstwerk that Wagner might have enjoyed himself. A great success, all around.

Photos/Video: First Look at MY FAVORITE THINGS Concert Ahead of Cinema Release

All new production photos have been released for My Favorite Things: The Rodgers and Hammerstein 80th Anniversary Concert ahead of its cinema release. Check out the photos here!


The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions has relocated to the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall for its London premiere, having run at Manchester International Festival. The performance is billed as a ‘music theatre piece rewriting the history of the world through a joyful and utopian queer lens’ and is based on the 1977 cult fantasy novel on sexual liberation and radical revolutionary aphorisms by Larry Mitchell, illustrated by Ned Asta.

Review: HANSEL AND GRETEL, Royal Opera House

Antony McDonald's production simply oozes glamour and matches perfectly the opera’s quintessentially Romantic music. Eerie forests cast in twilight, cluttered huts, and old-fashioned costumes mix and mingle to give audiences a feeling of watching something straight out of the 19th century.

Review: THE NUTCRACKER, Royal Opera House

The world can often seem so grey at the moment, so any opportunity to step into the light is most welcome. There can be few festive shows that ignite such a sense of wonder and delight as the Royal Ballet’s The Nutcracker. If the festive season is all about tradition, then Peter Wright’s 1984 production, modelled on Lev Ivanov’s 1892 ballet, is exactly what any ballet lover wants to see.

Damiano Michieletto's Olivier Award-Winning CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA/PAGLIACCI Returns to The Royal Opera House

Damiano Michieletto’s Olivier Award-winning Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci returns to the Royal Opera House. Get all the details about this highly acclaimed production.

Review: THE SNOWMAN, Peacock Theatre

Birmingham Rep's The Snowman is currently playing its 26th year at The Peacock Theatre, adapted from the charming 1978 picture book by Raymond Briggs and inspired by the 1982 film. The production markedly extends the story, with significant updates and beautifully  directed by Dianne Jackson.

Review: FLIP!, Soho Theatre

Flip! is a high energy satire from acclaimed writer Racheal Ofori, directed by Emily Aboud. The play is a two-hander, matched in their dynamism and skill.

Interview: Theatre Life with Sir Bryn Terfel

Today’s subject Sir Bryn Terfel is a Grammy, Classical Brit, and Gramophone Award–winning recording artist with a discography encompassing operas of Mozart, Wagner, and Strauss, and more than 15 solo discs including Lieder, American musical theatre, Welsh songs, and sacred repertory. He is, rightfully so, considered one of the greatest bass baritones in the world. On Sunday November 19th, Sir Terfel will be performing in recital at Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall at 2:00pm for one coveted performance only and is co-presented by Fortas Chamber Music Concerts and Renée Fleming Voices.

Guest Blog: 'She Was More Than Just a Singer': Soprano Nadine Benjamin on the Legacy of 'La Divina' and 7 DEATHS OF MARIA CALLAS

Maria Callas, an extraordinary force in the world of opera, possessed a mesmerising ability to convey authentic emotion through her singing.  Her dramatic coloratura style was nothing short of a revelation, captivating audiences worldwide. 

Review: 7 DEATHS OF MARIA CALLAS, London Coliseum

​​​​​​​Celebrated performance artist Marina Abramović is very much in town: as well as a huge exhibition of her works at the Royal Academy, this “opera project” in London’s largest West End theatre sees her explore the life, works and final moments of the diva’s diva Maria Callas through music, song and conceptual videos.

Review: FREE YOUR MIND, Aviva Studios

Few venue openings have been as much-anticipated as that of Aviva Studios. With around £100m of public funding and £35m just from the naming rights, its opening production from Factory International was announced over a year ago: Free Your Mind would be “a large-scale immersive performance based on The Matrix films” with a world-class creative team including director Danny Boyle and set designer Es Devlin.

Manchester's Aviva Studios Officially Opens

Manchester’s landmark new cultural venue, Aviva Studios, the permanent home of Factory International, officially opens today (18 October 2023) with the world premiere of Free Your Mind, a large-scale immersive performance based on The Matrix.

Review: RIGOLETTO, Royal Opera House

Mears’s production demonstrates a keen feel for drama and a genuinely brilliant reading of Verdi’s opera; when juxtaposed with a musical interpretation as potent as this, it’s a production not likely to be forgotten.

Photos: First Look at Frantic Assembly's Production of Franz Kafka's METAMORPHOSIS

Frantic Assembly is delighted to share production images for its electrifying new adaptation of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis, a collaboration between BAFTA-nominated poet, playwright and broadcaster Lemn Sissay OBE (author of bestselling book My Name Is Why and soon to be published new poetry collection Let the Light Pour In – published by Canongate on 21 September) and Frantic Assembly’s Artistic Director Scott Graham (Othello, Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout). 

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