June 20 2013 Latest news:
A West End play starring Helen Mirren as the Queen has broken a National Theatre audience record.
Jenny Sealey, co-director of the London 2012 Paralympic Games opening ceremony, writes about a new production by Hackney-based disabled-led theatre company Graeae, which will be shown at the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival.
Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall, who will grace London’s Old Vic theatre when a new show opens this week, has said she has come to terms with taking on the roles of “older women”.
A unconventional theatrical production which advises audience members to wear “comfortable” footwear is to show at an old postal sorting office in central London from this summer.
PG Wodehouse’s classic characters Jeeves and Wooster - famously portrayed on TV in the 90s by Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry - are being brought to the West End.
A giant puppet from the hit West End show War Horse will put in an appearance at Wembley this weekend ahead of the Uefa Champions League final.
This new production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking may only be a couple of hours long, but it crams in the comedy.