There’s nothing like seeing a 13 year old dance his heart out and get a standing ovation to make you feel like you’re useless and have achieved nothing with your life.
The Royal Shakespeare Company have blessed Manchester once again, this time with two hilarious and witty plays, Love’s Labour’s Lost about Much Ado About Nothing.
Scott Balfour heads to Manchester Opera House to review the theatrical performance of Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine.
Adam Wollerton is in awe of the newest West End production Murder Ballad.
The Prohibition Party comes to London
After smash-hit, sell-out runs in London, F*cking Men is heading to Edinburgh for the very first time.
Fighting racism, swinging 60s anthems and US air bases make for a fun night out in Save the Last Dance for Me – on tour around the UK now.
Contact announces its autumn/winter programme, including three new LGBT events for your diary.
The Society of London Theatre and VoiceMap have produced the Official London Theatre Audio Tour with Ian McKellen – a free audio guide to the West End.
Check out The Donkey Show: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Disco as it returns to London for the first time in 15 years!