April 20 2014 Latest news:
Anyone seeking a theatrical experience with plenty of bite could do a lot worse than head to the West End for the stage adaptation of John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 vampire novel.
Yet another classic film-turned-musical hits the West End, but unlike recent turkey Fatal Attraction, this story of conmen peddling tall tales to heiresses in a fantasy French Riviera is ripe for the razzle-dazzle jazz-hands treatment.
National treasure Angela Lansbury first performed in Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit five years ago on Broadway. Now under Hampstead director Michael Blakemore she reprises her 2009 Tony award-winning role as eccentric medium Madame Arcati in the West End.
Experiencing the terrifying force of an Australian cyclone gave playwright Bryony Lavery the starting point for a show about faith and acts of God.
Ahead of Hampstead Theatre’s Sunny Afternoon musical, and Dave Davies’ landmark Barbican show, the feuding brothers reveal there is, deep down, a distorted love
It’s not often that a writer unhappy with the ending of his film gets to change it 28 years later.
It’s telling that Harry Hill’s eccentric take on ITV’s X Factor required the invention of only a handful of new characters.
Yianniss Koutsakos,James Oban and James Rottger have written the ideal show for this ex music hall venue.
When Simon Gray was watching rehearsals in 2001 for his play Japes, he had a strong sense that the characters would have arrived at different outcomes if they had made different choices.
Hermetic Marriage is the belief that world civilisation can only be perfected when human beings meet on a common ground of intelligence, co-operation and worthy purpose.
Out razzle-dazzled on release in 1965 by Hello, Dolly! and Fiddler on the Roof, Do I Hear a Waltz? had a short run on Broadway and lyricist Stephen Sondheim later declared it the project he most regretted.
Twenty-six children were left without a primary school place for September after Camden Council made its allocations today.
A Hampstead auction house was abuzz with excitement as a furious bidding war saw a prized lot sell for 10 times its estimate.
Friends, family and figures from across the literary world gathered to pay tribute to West Hampstead resident and Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing today.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.