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Well, it’s that time of year again when post-Christmas wallets are weighed up and paperwork is gathered for the filing …Read Now
It is said that a positive review from British restaurant critic Giles Coren can be worth $1 million to an …Read Now
It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
These are testing times for British actor Alexander Sharp. He has been plucked from relative obscurity to take on the leading role of Christopher Boone, a 15-year-old mathematical genius with behavioral problems, in the Broadway …
Helen Mirren knows that it’s good to be Queen.
The British actress is donning her royal crown again. She will reprise her role as England’s Queen Elizabeth II, this time on stage, in a new play called The Audience on London’s West End.
London’s thriving theater scene has produced some of the most popular plays and musicals in the world. Hit shows such as Billy Elliot, War Horse, and The History Boys had their runs in London before gracing the Broadway stage.
Matt Charman, one of Britain’s top young playwrights, made his New York debut last night (March 27) with the world premiere of a play set in 1950s America where anti-communist hysteria is forcing people to snitch on their friends and …
A short sketch by playwright Harold Pinter has been rediscovered in the archives of the British Library after being performed only once in 1960 and then essentially forgotten.
Broadway’s biggest night of the year could end up with the British play War Horse taking home five trophies at the Tony Awards, including best play.
War Horse, one of Britain’s most successful plays, has landed on Broadway to a rapturous reception and overwhelmingly positive reviews. Today, the show has been nominated for five Tony awards, including Best Play.
Whenever a star of the big screen deigns to tread the boards of the stage, critics sharpen up their knives. (Remember the reviews for Julia Roberts‘ Broadway debut?
Broadway buffs will have to wait until late spring for this year’s Tony nominations, but on the other side of the pond today (February 7), the Laurence Olivier nominations were announced to honor outstanding work on the London …
The Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble reunited? Kinda sorta.