BWW Interview: Simon Russell Beale

The actor discusses his passion for classical music and City of London Sinfonia’s Closer: A Soldier’s Tale.

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BWW Interview: Rajiv Joseph

The playwright discusses the UK premiere of Guards at the Taj at the Bush Theatre.

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Don Juan in Soho, Wyndham’s Theatre

The bad boy is back. Marber’s Molière update, which first appeared at the Donmar Warehouse in 2006, has been revived by the playwright for a West End run – David Tennant succeeding Rhys Ifans as the titular seducer.

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BWW Interview: David Hunter

The actor and musician discusses his starring role in West End musical Kinky Boots.

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The Kid Stays in the Picture, Royal Court

While An American in Paris captures the dreamy glamour of old Hollywood, Simon McBurney rivetingly evokes its seedy, cynical underbelly, from backroom deals to drug busts and mobsters. Yet it is, in its own way, just as dazzling – a paean to Tinseltown myth-making as well as a blackly comic deconstruction.

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BWW Interview: Michael Blakemore

The director discusses musical The Life, making its long-awaited London debut, and his stellar career.

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An American in Paris, Dominion Theatre

It’s 1945, and Paris is shakily emerging from Nazi occupation – celebrating, yes, with soldiers returning and families reuniting, but also confronting collaborators in their midst and post-war deprivation. Amidst this turmoil, two future lovers meet: an encounter of seismic power.

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Love in Idleness, Menier Chocolate Factory

In 1944, Terence Rattigan substantially revised Less Than Kind at the behest of star theatrical couple the Lunts; the result was the less political, more overtly comic play Love in Idleness. Now, Trevor Nunn, inspired by Dan Rebellato’s introduction in a Nick Hern Books edition of the two versions, has synthesised them – to intriguing and largely successful effect.

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BWW Interview: Archie Madekwe

The actor discusses his role in the West End revival of Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?.

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BWW Interview: Tom Lister

The actor discusses his part in the West End revival of 42nd Street.

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