The best plays on now in London The best plays on now in London

Discover the best of London theatre with The Telegraph's reviews of the plays to see

27. 8. 2014 13:19
The rise of the funny girls The rise of the funny girls

More women stand-ups are making us laugh - and in many different ways says Sarah Crompton

29. 8. 2014 19:52
A magnificent year for grandes dames like Judi Dench and Maggie Smith A magnificent year for grandes dames like Judi Dench and Maggie Smith

Many of our leading ladies are turning 80 - but age has not withered their appeal or ability to tread the boards. Michael Thornton reports

29. 8. 2014 9:10
Why we're falling in love with autumn Why we're falling in love with autumn

The Telegraph's experts find out what you can look forward to as the nights draw in

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12 things you didn't know about Kate Bush's Before the Dawn 12 things you didn't know about Kate Bush's Before the Dawn

The behind the scenes secrets of Kate Bush's sensational return to Hammersmith Apollo

27. 8. 2014 15:39
Hay Fever, Theatre Royal: 'terrific' Hay Fever, Theatre Royal: 'terrific'

Noël Coward's masterpiece feels fresh, says Charles Spencer

28. 8. 2014 2:01
Artist set to make Covent Garden levitate Artist set to make Covent Garden levitate

Alex Chinneck's new installation will give a boost to the London tourist attraction

28. 8. 2014 2:01
Pitcairn, Minerva Theatre, Chichester, review: 'a couple more drafts, please' Pitcairn, Minerva Theatre, Chichester, review: 'a couple more drafts, please'

Richard Bean's imagining of what happened after the mutiny on the Bounty is a nice idea that needs more work, says Charles Spencer

29. 8. 2014 2:01
If you're late, beat yourself up, not the cabbie If you're late, beat yourself up, not the cabbie

It is never OK to whack your taxi driver over the head, no matter how late he's made you, says Jane Shilling

29. 8. 2014 22:44
Hay Fever, Theatre Royal, Bath, review: 'terrific' Hay Fever, Theatre Royal, Bath, review: 'terrific'

The Theatre Royal's production of Noël Coward's masterpiece makes the play feel fresh despite its years, says Charles Spencer

28. 8. 2014 2:01