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Frozen musical to open on London’s West End

‘Frozen’ has been running on Broadway for a year and received three Tony award nominations

Don Quixote, Royal Opera House, review: Colourful production

The Royal Ballet succeeded in delivering the audience showstoppers on opening night

Hamilton audience flees after 'fear of active shooter' sparks panic

A medical incident caused mass panic in the San Francisco theatre 

Woman faints during Cate Blanchett play due to violent scenes

The National Theatre has since issued a warning to ticket holders

The Convert, Young Vic, review: Has the feeling of a modern classic

Though all the twists in the final section may not quite be believable, the darkening drama is still gripping

The Cane review: Clever, witty and slyly provocative

A baying mob of schoolchildren gang up on a teacher over his past use of the cane, in a play that asks if it’s fair to judge past actions by the standards of the present