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9 Broadway stars you can see in London

Check out some of these incredible performers from across the pond. Read my full TodayTix article here Advertisements

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BWW Interview: Laura Benanti

The Tony-winning actress discusses making her London concert debut. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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BWW Interview: Amy Ellen Richardson

The actresses discusses her role in the Adrian Mole musical, now transferring to the West End. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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BWW Interview: Doon Mackichan

The actress discusses David Mamet’s new play Bitter Wheat. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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Watch 8 iconic Bernadette Peters performances

Broadway legend Bernadette Peters – seven-time Tony Award nominee and two-time winner – is coming to the UK as part of her latest concert tour, performing at London’s Lyceum Theatre on June 10. Get psyched by revisiting some of the … Continue reading

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The Starry Messenger, Wyndham’s Theatre

A decade after originating the lead role Off Broadway, Matthew Broderick returns to Kenneth Lonergan’s play to make his West End debut. His devotion to the material is certainly understandable, as the part is tailor-made for his signature brand of self-effacing deadpan – … Continue reading

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Rutherford and Son, National Theatre

Rain gushes down the front of the Lyttelton stage, a pitiless wall of water trapping and framing the Rutherfords – a clan very much defined by their environment. It’s an arresting image to open Polly Findlay’s sure revival of Githa … Continue reading

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Europe leads June’s Top 10 new London shows

From a drama about Europe to immersive Shakespeare and open-air opera. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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ANNA, National Theatre

The audience plays surveillance state in this pioneering collaboration between playwright Ella Hickson and sound designers Ben and Max Ringham. We experience the action through individual sets of headphones, corresponding to a hidden mic on our protagonist Anna – listening … Continue reading

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Rosmersholm, Duke of York’s Theatre

As politicians and pundits dissect the local election results, Duncan Macmillan serves up a blistering new adaptation of an 1886 work that feels eerily like a 2019 commentary. Move over, James Graham – it turns out Ibsen has supplied the … Continue reading

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