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Thérèse Raquin - Finborough Theatre

1860s Paris. In a small dusty haberdasher’s shop near the Seine in the dank, narrow Passage du Pont Neuf, the young and beautiful Thérèse Raquin is trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille. While her husband is out all day wor

In pictures: Urinetown The Musical

Urinetown The Musical is undoubtedly one of the most eagerly anticipated openings of 2014. So when we received these incredible production shots, we just had to share them with you.

Urinetown, at St James Theatre

Despite the silly title, Urinetown is a dark, dystopian, exasperatingly clever vision of the future, says Tim Walker.

Urinetown review - camp and political cult 'anti-musical'

Billed as an "anti-musical", Urinetown, conceived by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, opened in 1999, ran for three years on Broadway and won three Tonys.

Ushers - Charing Cross Theatre

Set in a West End theatre, USHERS: The Front of House Musical follows a working shift in the lives of the stagiest people in the theatre - the front of house staff, portraying the hilarious, ridiculous and frequently moving stories of ice-cream and progra

VIDEO: COMMITMENTS PERFORM IRISH ROVER

To celebrate the extra St Patrick’s Day performance being added to The Commitments’ schedule, the show’s stars have recorded their own version of The Irish Rover.

Thérèse Raquin: Why bleak is better when it comes to musicals

With the premature departure of Stephen Ward and From Here to Eternity from London’s West End, there is a question of whether theatre-goers lost their taste for difficult, demanding musicals in which unpleasant things happen.

Memphis: The Musical - Shaftesbury Theatre

Direct from its smash hit Broadway run and a triumphant 55-city North American tour, the multi award-winning musical MEMPHIS is set to be London’s hottest new destination! In the underground nightclubs of 1950s Memphis, Tennessee, the soul of a new

IN PICTURES: I CAN’T SING

Harry Hill’s loving dig at the X-Factor, I Can't Sing, has had our intrigue levels higher than Simon Cowell’s waistband since it was first revealed last year.

Ushers, Charing Cross, London

Charing Cross, London: Appropriately sub-titled The Front of House Musical, director Max Reynolds ingeniously places his cast in the auditorium, mingling with the genuine ushers as the audience arrive. It's a simple but effective device for this new musi