Mark Goucher and Mark Rubinstein in association with Just For Laughs Theatricals and Eleanor Lloyd at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
Philip's Top 5
Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.
The Alternative Top 5
- The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre, London)
- Chicken Shop (Park Theatre)
- The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre)
- The James Plays - James I: The Key Will Keep the Lock, James II: Day of the Innocents, James III: The True Mirror (National Theatre (Olivier Theatre))
- Great Britain (Lyttelton Theatre (National))
New Writing North in association with Sage Gateshead, supported by bait at Newcastle City Library
National Theatre at Theatre Royal Haymarket
Gate, Notting Hill
CoLab at Secret location, London
tutti frutti and York Theatre Royal at York Theatre Royal Studio
New Vic Theatre Company, Newcastle-under-Lyme at New Vic Theatre
Faber and Faber
Jermyn Street Theatre
Oliver Taheri Productions in association with Mini Productions and Park Theatre at Park Theatre (Park 200)
Royal Ballet at Royal Opera House
Schaubühne Berlin at Barbican Theatre
The New London Opera Players Secret Opera at Rosemary Branch Theatre
Townsend Productions at The Lantern Theatre, Liverpool
The James Plays - James I: The Key Will Keep the Lock, James II: Day of the Innocents, James III: The True Mirror
National Theatres of Scotland and Great Britain at National Theatre (Olivier Theatre)
Royal Swedish Ballet at Sadler’s Wells
Live Theatre at Live Theatre, Newcastle
Disney Theatrical Group at Sunderland Empire
Hackney Empire and Birmingham Repertory Theatre at Hackney Empire
Live at LICA; Raisin & Willow; Imitating The Dog at Winter Gardens, Morecambe
Sheffield Theatres and English Touring Theatre at Crucible Theatre
Royal Court Theatre Downstairs
The Royal Court Theatre and Mighty Mouth Ltd at The Lowry, Salford
While You Wait
BTG has partnered with Fuel Theatre on a series of podcasts called While You Wait.
- Waiting... Now by Paul Clark in collaboration with Bill Brewer
- Waiting... to be born by Lewis Gibson in collaboration with Debra Bick and Sarah Beake
- Waiting... in a hairdressers by Malika Booker in collaboration with Emily Butterworth
- Waiting... to come home by Caroline Horton in collaboration with Jennifer Wild
- Waiting... for a Cancer Diagnosis by Brian Lobel, in collaboration with Iain Perdue
- Waiting... are we? By The Company in collaboration with Jonathan Reades and Raphael Woolf
- Waiting... for a loved one to die by Rachel Mars in collaboration with Fliss Murtagh
- Waiting... for the inevitable by Toby Jones in collaboration with Peter Giese
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Shobana Jeyasingh, who has received many accolades, awards and prizes, has finally been commissioned by two of the UK’s most important dance organisations.
Northern Ballet next new creation, 1984, choreographed by Jonathan Watkins to open in Leeds September 2015 before a major tour throughout autumn 2015 and spring 2016.
World Ballet Day is to show live action from inside five of the world’s leading ballet companies.
Sandra Giorgetti looks at what early 2015 already holds in store…
Simon Sladen brings you all the latest news from Pantoland along with a plethora of pics from September's many panto launches.
Edinburgh hit The Curing Room returns to London.
A play about Alzheimer’s tours with mobile library of memories.
Attic Theatre Company will present two evenings of staged readings of five new short plays in Playfest at Wimbledon Library.
Soap star casting for the new thriller from Woman In Black writer.
Most promising students from the Young Actors Studio.
The first Wilma Awards are this year and voting opens on 1 October.
Casting for Beautiful - The Carole King Musical.
A new translation of Ibsen's classic from UK Touring Theatre is played by a cast of four.
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 29 September.
Theatre productions in the north east for the week beginning Monday 29 September, 2014.
Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday September 28.
The Oxford Greek Play, one of the University of Oxford’s oldest dramatic traditions, is to perform Aeschylus’s The Furies in the original ancient Greek.
Durham's Gala Theatre has announced the cast for this year's panto, Aladdin.
There will be two free events around the issues raised by Live Theatre's Wet House in the coming weeks.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s productions of Wolf Hall: Parts 1 and 2 which played in Stratford and are currently at the Aldwych Theatre in London are to transfer to Broadway.
Northampton’s Royal and Derngate is to stage a new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Oklahoma!, which will visit three other Midlands theatres on a national tour.
Rula Lenska will star in The Frozen Scream, a new production which will open at Wales Millennium Centre before transferring to Birmingham Hippodrome.
“Quirky and inventive” Derby-based theatre company Maison Foo is taking its second show to its home town as the final date of a national tour.
Mansfield Palace Theatre has teamed up with the Nottinghamshire town’s Old Library Theatre to stage small-scale drama.
Coventry’s Warwick Arts Centre is opening its 40th anniversary season with the UK première of Forced Entertainment and Tarek Atoui's The Last Adventures.
Northampton Royal and Derngate’s co-production of Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is transferring to Northampton for a two-and-a-half-week run.
Touring theatre producer New Perspectives has announced this year’s Emerging Perspectives programme for a new generation of theatre-makers living and working in the East Midlands.
Newcastle-under-Lyme's New Vic experienced its most successful year in 2013-14, according to the theatre's annual review.
Inspired by their new version of Chaucer's classic, Guildford Shakespeare Company is presenting a range of events as autumn entertainment.
A major visual arts exhibition at the Lowry in Salford this autumn is curated by renowned choreographer and dancer, Akram Khan.
Actor, writer and musician, Stella Grundy is taking her one-woman show into a developed production.
Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre is to throw open its doors on Sunday.
Clybourne Park, a modern classic and winner of the Pulitzer, Olivier and Tony Awards, comes to Liverpool’s Unity Theatre.
The Lowry in October features Rambert’s rock ’n’ roll dance hit Rooster, returning after 13 years, and the RSC’s ribald Henry plays during October.
Word of Warning's autumn and winter programme for 2014 kicks off with its annual Emergency.
Tamasha brings My Name is.... to Manchester.
Families can wing their way to The Dukes in Lancaster when Pigeon lands at the theatre.