Disruption, a new play by Andrew Stein at Park Theatre, is a timely insight into the increasingly-controversial world of A.I. which examines its potential benefits as well as the human cost.
George Lacey and Richard Seaman’s new comedy-musical GuyMart imagines gay hookup apps as a supermarket
Spy for Spy is a new romantic comedy by Kieron Barry in which the story of a relationship is told in a very different way.
42nd Street, the quintessential showbiz musical, tip-taps its way to Sadler’s Wells en route to shuffling along to a UK tour!
Fury and Elysium, Stephanie Martin and Calista Kazuko Georget’s new musical, delves into an era of change in Weimar-era Berlin
The Queen and Ben Elton musical We Will Rock You returns to London with a 12-week run at the Coliseum – but were we Ga Ga about it?
Invisible, Nikhil Parmar’s debut play, is a dark comedy about one man’s struggle to be seen as the hero of his own story
Brokeback Mountain, Annie Proulx’s haunting tale of irresistible forbidden love, gets its world premiere as a play with music at Soho Place
Bleak Expectations, an amusingly silly mashup of Dickens works, arrives in the West End.
Frank Loesser’s classic satire of big business, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, is revived at Southwark Playhouse