No sooner does Edward Albee die, than two of his most famous works hit the London stage: Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf opened last month while The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia followed this week. Aspiring playwrights should not read too much into this.
The Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust (Masterclass) are partnering with anti-bullying charity Kidscape to create Cyberscene – an innovative project which will use theatre to support the health and well-being of young people affected by cyber bullying.
Dominic Cooper is currently making his West End debut in Terry Johnson’s production of The Libertine, which runs at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until 3 December 2016. But what have critics thought of it?
Dark, seductive and thrilling are just three words to describe Dominic Cooper’s performance in Terry Johnson’s production of Stephen Jeffrey’s biographical account of the life of John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester.
I experienced frequent flashbacks while watching The Libertine last night at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Here’s another Restoration-set comedy to hit the West End in which much of the action (and myriad in-jokes) takes place in and around a London theatre.
The bank holiday is behind us and it’s goodbye to summer. The consolation is a jam-packed autumn theatre season. Here are a few of the most notable London openings this month that you should keep an eye out for…
Truman Capote’s classic story is once again brought to the stage, with Pixie Lott starring as Holly Golightly. Is it worth a watch? Or is the story lost on stage? Breakfast at Tiffany’s continues at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until 17 September 2016.