Mariachi music and machismo spice up the comedy in a new production at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.
Stage adaptations of “Bat Out of Hell” and “The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾” allow the middle-aged to retreat to the age of innocence.
Plays in London spanning more than a century suggest how much and how little has changed for British women.
Rosemary Ashton’s “One Hot Summer” recounts a pivotal year in Victorian history.
On London stages: A new look at the rise of a media mogul, and two anniversary revivals that explore a nation tilting between hedonism and despair.
Tickets for the three-week run in London, a fund-raiser for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, are only available through a ballot system.
“Bat Out of Hell” does justice to the Meat Loaf songs that make up its score. “The Wind in the Willows” and “Yank! A World War II Love Story” pale beside it.
The Irish playwright Conor McPherson weaves an American tale of nomads out of the Bob Dylan songbook in this play at the Old Vic Theater in London.
Andrew Scott’s portrayal in a London production of “Hamlet” almost banishes other performances from memory.
Gillian Moore, the director of music at the Southbank Center in London, focuses on what is closest to her heart.
More than 40 years of history at the London salesroom closed with the sale of a walnut table used for auction house board meetings.