Theatre

From the varied delights of The Shaw, the ever-innovative New Diorama or the intimate Camden People’s Theatre to the occasional creative pop-up performance, Euston is full of places to watch a show

The story of the New Diorama Theatre, Regent’s Place

[dropcap]"W[/dropcap]e opened nearly a decade ago, which is terrifying,” says Helen Matravers, sitting in the buzzy cafe that’s attached to the New Diorama. A trained actor, Helen realised early on in her career that she was happier behind the scenes, ...

Memory Soldier at Camden People's Theatre, Camden Fringe

Camden Fringe is back all August

The venue that was once home to a boozer is once again showcasing an ...

Full house audience at Open Air Theatre at sunset

A beginner’s guide to… Open-air Theatre, Regent’s Park

The experience is so magical it's unreal. If you've never been, here's what to ...

Lady in a red corset at London Burlesque Festival

MUST DO: London Burlesque Festival

Chaz Royal's raunchy variety show comes to the Shaw Theatre this weekend and next

Shaw Theatre

Uncovering the Shaw Theatre’s chequered history

A new exhibit at the underrated Euston venue looks to unveil its fascinating story

Invisible Women

MUST DO: Invisible Women, New Diorama Theatre

Week-long festival produces powerful theatre with local 'voiceless communities'

Euston Wellbeing Walk

Take a Euston Wellbeing Walk to the theatre

Organised stroll is the culmination of a fortnight of plays, talks and events around ...

Camden People's Theatre

Camden People’s Theatre explores climate change

Euston's cutting edge contemporary arts space has a busy autumn ahead

Shaw theatre in Euston

MUST DO: Euston’s two theatres

You might be surprised to hear that there are a couple of world-class auditoriums ...

Amber Massie-Blomfield, Camden People’s Theatre

Public Speaking: Amber Massie-Blomfield, Camden People’s Theatre

Meet the woman behind a creative hub that showcases some of the most innovative ...