James Corden continued his slow but steady path to world domination Monday night at the festival premiere of “One Chance.” After conquering Britain with his sitcom “Gavin & Stacey,” plus London and…
Both attendance and box office revenue for West End theater rose in 2012, according to official annual figures released by Society of London Theater (SOLT), which reps 52 theaters in Central London…
Dominated by tuners, the London legit scene nevertheless experienced a distinct shortage of new musical offerings in 2012 -- but that looks poised to change in 2013, with the season already filling…
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James Corden will topline in "School for Santas," a seasonal family film being developed for him by Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner's Working Title Films, and producer Kris Thykier.
West End productions accounted for just three of the 26 nominations in the shortlist for the Evening Standard Drama awards.
Productions from London's National Theater reached 2.3 million people worldwide in a boffo 2011-2012 season.
With audiences slowly disappearing in the final weeks of summer, it seems like the only way for producers to get a show's sales to pick up is to announce its close.
Despite a week-to-week decline of more than $1 million in Week 5 (June 25-July 1), business on Broadway is quite healthy.
"Once," the Broadway musical that turns razzle-dazzle tuner traditions on their head with a hushed and idiosyncratic take on an indie-style love story with a melancholy ending, topped the 2012 Tony…
LONDON -- A world premiere, a new version of Spanish classic "Damned by Despair" and a major revival of Howard Barker's provocative "Scenes From an Execution" have been added to the National…