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ARMSTRONG AND MILLER LIVE: UK tour, opens Thursday 23rd September

Directed by Sean Foley, costumes designed by Alice Power, and sketches written by Richard Pinto and David Scott, the UKFull story »

X FACTOR: It’s Time to Face the Musical

The X Factor Musical, directed by Sean Foley, has been greenlit for 2014

CHANGE, Garrick Theatre , runs until Sunday 3rd January

Last chance to catch this show – Sean Foley directs world famous quick change artist Arturo Brachetti in his UKFull story »

JOAN RIVERS: A WORK IN PROGRESS BY A LIFE IN PROGRESS: New Leicester Square Theatre

From Friday 29th August until Thursday 18th September. Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, the show transfers toFull story »

JOAN RIVERS: A WORK IN PROGRESS BY A LIFE IN PROGRESS: New Leicester Square Theatre

From Friday 29th August until Thursday 18th September. Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, the show transfers toFull story »

London Evening Standard Awards

  Love Love Love by Mike Bartlett and The Witness by Vivienne Franzmann have been longlisted for the Best PlayFull story »

Olivier Award nominations

The Agency has swept the board at the 2012 Olivier Award nominations. Lindsay Posner’s NOISES OFF has been nominated forFull story »

Olivier Award nominees

Olivier Award nominees: Best New Musical – Lionel Bart’s OLIVER based on the original production by Sam Mendes. Best EntertainmentFull story »

London Evening Standard Awards

Love Love Love by Mike Bartlett and The Witness by Vivienne Franzmann have been longlisted for the Best Play Award.Full story »

I CAN’T SING opens to great reviews

Press night of the X Factor musical I CAN’T SING opened with a bang at the Palladium last night. ShowbizFull story »

Jeeves & Wooster: Perfect Nonsense dates extended

Due to popular demand and following huge critical acclaim, Stephen Mangan andMatthew Macfadyen will be starring as Bertie Wooster andFull story »

London Evening Standard Awards:

Love Love Love by Mike Bartlett and The Witness by Vivienne Franzmann have been longlisted for the Best Play Award.Full story »