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The Color Purple actress dropped from musical over homophobic comment

A Facebook post from September 2014 sees her write that Christians ‘have begun to twist the word of God’ when it comes to the acceptance of homosexuality

La forza del destino review: Anna Netrebko and Jonas Kaufmann shine

For their joint appearance Verdi’s ‘La forza del destino’ at Covent Garden, black-market tickets were going at £7,000 a pair, even a month before curtain-up

Only Fools and Horses: The Musical, review: Aimed firmly at the fans

The crucial thing missing from this funny musical is any truly compelling reason why Del Boy and Rodney have to burst into song

Come from Away, review: This play about 9/11 lacks conflict

It would be impossible to imagine a more complete antidote to Neil LaBute's 2002 play 'The Mercy Seat' than this warm musical by Irene Sankoff and David Hein

Cate Blanchett shines in When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other

 Martin Crimp’s radical updating of Samuel Richardson’s novel ‘Pamela’ makes exploring gender stereotypes all part of the S&M fun

Les Patineurs, Winter Dreams and The Concert review, Royal Ballet

In recent years, The Royal Ballet has regularly presented a festive mixed programme, an alternative to the Christmassy charms of The Nutcracker