John Hurt and Kenneth Branagh will play father and son in a new production of The Entertainer later this summer.
Peter Capaldi, Dominic West, Hayley Atwell and James Norton are among the actors taking part in Shakespeare’s Globe’s The Complete Walk in April.
Is it just me who’s starting to get fed-up with the constant attempts to keep making money out of Harry Potter?
First it was the Fantastic Beasts films, then the Cursed Child play, then the announcement you could get the book of the play (which immediately shot to the top of the bestseller charts).
Now, there’s another Harry Potter initiative – this time a film concert series which will tour the US later this year.
Oscar-winning film Sideways will have its UK stage premiere in May.
Aaron Sorkin is to adapt Harper Lee’s classic To Kill A Mockingbird for a Broadway run in 2017.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Ian McKellen, Dominic West, Gillian Anderson, Olivia Colman and Jude Law are just some of the actors taking part in Letters Live next month.
Glee’s Amber Riley will lead the cast of a new production of Dreamgirls when it opens in London later this year.
A new video taking Harry Potter fans behind the scenes of the new play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, has been released.
Here’s another reason for me to be jealous of New Yorkers (other than the fact they live in my favourite city in the world) – Cate Blanchett will make her Broadway debut later to year.
I was surprised that she hadn’t starred on Broadway before.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington will appear on stage in London this spring.