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Tom Hiddleston returns to theatre in Harold Pinter's Betrayal

Betrayal is one of Pinter's most acclaimed works

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Company review, Gielgud Theatre, London: Patti LuPone steals the show

Bobby becomes Bobbie in this female-led version of the sexual revolution classic

New Porgy and Bess production valiantly honours Gershwin’s ambition

Gershwin’s characterisation may be at times crude, but here the action still feels properly mythical

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From Hamilton to Sylvia: The new wave of woke musicals

Hamilton, Fun Home, Suffrageddon, Sylvia, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, and Misty aren’t traditional musicals – their scores are hip hop, pop, R&B, soul, grime, garage and funk 

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Tamburlaine, Swan Theatre, review: Vivid and incisive

A stimulating, fluent and strongly cast production that’s trenchantly alive to Christopher Marlowe’s provocative comedy

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