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RAG TIME. Jazz hands, wonder numbers and a stellar cast, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre opens with a winner!
YUKIO NINAGAW: the Japanese theatre director hits The Barbican this weekend with his take on Cymbeline.
LYRIC HAMMERSMITH continues its boundary-breaking programme with Simon Stephens ‘Three Kingdoms’.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, Sean Holmes’ utterly mad presentation of self-deprecating humour at its best.
ZACH BRAFF on writing and starring in his new play All New People, coming to London this month.
O BRAVE NEW WORLD offers Londoners a radical new interpretation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
EXEUNT editor Daniel B. Yates dishes out his top tips for live performances to catch in 2012.
TIM KEY is the weird and wonderful comic who’s into a little bit of everything!
JONNY WOO. Sling on your heels and settle your wig, This is Jonny Woo!
THE RIOTS: Gillian Slovo’s political play offers an honest insight into London’s recent traumas.
ANNA BRUDER is the magical space redefiner, making Claire Sweeney & Co look like serious novices.
SAVED: Unseen in 25 years, a new run of Edward Bond’s seminal play has opened at London’s Lyric Hammersmith.
FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE fuses football with theatre, with a spot of food on the side for good measure.
Lia is the bright young thing taking to the stage to illuminate the reality of Britain’s disaffected youth.
THE TEMPEST: Ibsen to Potter, Ralph Fiennes is at ease swapping from stage to screen, now he takes a turn as Prospero
AKRAM KHAN has taken a physical and emotional to create DESH one of his most personal dance works to date.
PUNCHDRUNK present the third in the Resistance series, a survival experiment fusing gaming, theatre and terror!
FAR REMOVED THEATRE COMPANY present Out Of The Gardens, a homage to Big Edie and Little Edie Bouvier Beale.
JOE HILL-GIBBINS is the supremely talented Deputy Artistic Director of the Young Vic theatre.
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL: who to see, where to go and what to wear courtesy of i-D online.
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre presents twelve boys running wild on a desert island, delivering the performance
The latest offering from legendary director Wim Wenders is a biopic about Pina Bausch.
For the next month the Young Vic Theatre will be home to Tanya Ronder’s hilarious adaptation of Man Booker Prize-wi