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As Sir Matthew Bourne’s latest ballet hits the Wimbledon stage this month, Jane McGowan catches up with leading lady Ashley Shaw Read more


4 STARS, April 11-14. Vibrant and beautifully-cast, Amanda Hodges enjoys a sparkling new production of a classic Lloyd-Webber hit Read more


3 STARS, March 20-24. A slick adaptation of Steinbeck's masterpiece that stays true to the original plot, says Catherine Wilson Read more


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Richard Davenport/The Other Richard

4.5 STARS, March 7-10. A musical about how theatre can make magic out of nothing doesn’t disappoint Read more


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Ralph Ineson is a Hollywood hit at home in Southfields. Here he talks to Rosanna Greenstreet about goats, Great Danes and how Spielberg made his mind go blank Read more

Celebrity Interviews

4 STARS, March 20-24. Amanda Hodges applauds a terrific celebration of British showbiz stalwart Cilla Black's life Read more


5 STARS, October 23-29. "I think the moment I properly committed to this play was when Ivan delivered an eloquent segment that basically came down to: ‘See, everybody sh*ts. Why don’t we talk about it?’" Read more


5 STARS, July 20 – August 20. Jane McGowan enjoys a fabulous new adaptation of the classic children’s story The Borrowers at Wimbledon’s Polka Theatre Read more


Gearing up to watch the RideLondon-Surrey 100? All set for Wimbledon? A luxury picnic hamper could be just the ticket to keep you far from the hungry crowd Read more


4.5 STARS March 28 – April 1. Winner of the 2015 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, Sunny Afternoon is a cracking celebration of one of Britain's most iconic bands that cleverly works in elements of social commentary, says Harriet Noble Read more


Our Editors pick the best theatre going on over April across Surrey, SW London and Berkshire Read more

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4 STARS. Bill Kenwright's production of La Cage Aux Folies is an incredible evening of camp cabaret with furs and feathers galore, says Kate Bayer Read more


Wimbledon Village Stables, said to be the oldest riding stables in England, is an oasis of peace and reflection. Victor Smart samples its magic Read more


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Johan Persson

Matthew Bourne's ballet is an absolute triumph, says Patricia McNamee. See it at the New Wimbledon Theatre Apr 11-15. 5 STARS Read more


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Richard Davies recommends young families to "come-bye" Wimbledon’s Polka Theatre to see “Babe the Sheep Pig”, a delightful musical play for children. Read more



Tristram Kenton

Sister Act, like Legally Blonde, Ghost and Dirty Dancing, is a musical that has arrived on the back of a very successful 1990s film. However, unlike some of the aforementioned, Sister Act delivers as a fine musical in its own right. Read more


With the world's most famous tennis tournament just around the corner we get some expert advice from celebrity stylist Naomi Isted as she looks at some of the key trends this summer season for Wimbledon Read more