I'm talking to award-winning cabaret star Michael Griffiths about he's bringing his Kylie show to London.
By the end of the musical «Billy Elliot», the title character's father and the hardscrabble mining town in which they live have been redeemed.
In a New Zealand first, Rangmanch - an Auckland based community theatre group is bringing an International theatre festival that backs plays in languages other than English to the city from July 7 until 27 August.
As part of the BBC's Gay Britannia season, Radio 3 presents Joe Orton's plays The Ruffian On The Stair and The Erpingham Camp.
Oliver Coopersmith (Netflix’s I-Boy and the lead in forthcoming Sky Atlantic series Tin Star opposite Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks) and Jay Taylor (Prime Suspect 1973, Nell Gwynn and Wolf Hall/Bring up the Bodies) will star in the West End debut of 46 Beacon, playing the roles of Alan and Robert respectively in this coming-of-age and coming-out play set in 1970’s America.
Britain’s Got Talent Lucy Kay will return as the Narrator in the upcoming 2017 touring production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, starring X-Factor winner Joe McElderry.
10 years on from a homophobic attack, the Queer Historian traces his attackers and confronts them in a new play that you can see at this year's Brighton Fringe.
A new play, inspired by the struggles of lesbians and gay men who have fled to the UK to escape persecution, will be performed in the North East later this month.
‘Why is it okay to say words sometimes and not others?’ – This is the main question that is asked in WordPlay, a Canadian production participating in the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival.
American actor and writer Jimmy Doyle is bringing his acclaimed one-man show "Must Be Nice" to the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in May.