Ben Whishaw, Mark Gatiss, Leslie Manville, Hattie Morahan and John Simm are all taking part in a special live read of Homer’s The Iliad today.
Bradley Whitford, best known for playing Joshua Lyman in The West Wing, is heading back to Washington to star alongside Bryan Cranston in HBO drama, All The Way.
Remember teen drama The OC? It followed the trials and tribulations of Ryan, Seth, Summer and Marisa as they grew up rich and beautiful in sunny California.
It’s the latest teen classic to get the musical treatment.
Great news for Muggles and Wizards alike – a prequel to Harry Potter will open on the London stage next year.
Sir Ian McKellen has signed a deal to write his autobiography.
A whole host of well-known names have been announced as presenters at this year’s Tony Awards.
Kristin Chenoweth, Ken Watanabe, Vanessa Hudgens and Matthew Morrison are among the first set of performers announced for this year’s Tony Awards.
They’ll be joined on stage during the annual awards show on June 7 by Brian d’Arcy James, Chita Rivera, Kelli O’Hara, Kelsey Grammer and
This year’s show is being hosted by Chenoweth and Alan Cumming.
Fan girls rejoice – James McAvoy and Richard Armitage have both been nominated for Best Actor at this year’s Olivier Awards.
Elf The Muscial is coming to London.
Wolf Hall star Mark Rylance will be hosting a special event in London next weekend.
The event is a one-off performance in aid of charity Peace Direct and takes place on February 8.
He’ll be joined on stage by Sophie Okonedo, Meera Syal, Gina McKee and Paterson Joseph.
Find out more at http://rylance.eventbrite.co.uk