A Jude-icious choice: Law turns to the dark side in O'Neill
Amanda Roocroft was close to giving up till she found God, she tells Jessica Duchen
Therapist is the dark debut film by Barry Adamson, who is better known for his haunting movie scores for Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers and David Lynch's Lost Highway than for getting behind the camera. The 40-minute film noir is a about an ethereal Polish immigrant, Monika, searching for her sister. Monika's story merges into that of a film-maker seeking solace on the therapist's couch.
This uproarious new musical comedy by Peter Sham and Brad Carroll is a riotous, unpredictable explosion of mistaken identities and unexpected romance - based on the award-winning West End and Broadway hit comedy by Ken Ludwig.
Playwright Mark Ravenhill and composer Michael Nyman have given a new spin to a classic opera, discovers Nicola Christie
The Victorian era is not generally regarded as one that greatly contributed to the progress of British theatre – and now the architecture of the age has scuppered a modern production.
The tale of a pig in post-war austerity Britain has prompted the unexpected return to West End musicals of one of its all-time greats. Susie Mesure meets Cameron Mackintosh
The Week in Arts
The songwriter Stephen Sondheim is to be honoured at this year's Laurence Olivier Awards.
Cometh the hour, cometh the Pet Shop Boys' ballet
'Waking the Dead' may be on the way out, but its star is looking to the future. Rachel Shields meets him
Choreographer sets up talent competition to inspire youngsters
This new musical stinks to high heaven
Three-time Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman talks to Edward Seckerson about her first solo album for 12 years – The Great British Songbook.
This week's Olivier Award confirms him as the best stage actor of his generation – and he's got plenty more surprises up his sleeve
Katori Hall becomes first black writer to triumph in best new play category