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The Trial of Jane Fonda

Underwhelming account of Jane Fonda’s visit to Hanoi in 1972 feels more like history than theatre...

Lovecraft's Monsters

Free solo show about Lovecraft and his horror fiction will leave you feeling unsatisfied...

Midsummer Songs

Peter Rowe and Ben Goddard have concocted a heart-warming theatrical treat about a 25-year university reunion in a cottage in the middle of Wales, featuring some fine songwriting (this is a play with music, not a musical).
As might be expected, the baggage is heavy when five middle aged former pals meet back at the place where a quarter of...

Sunday Night At The Palladium

Has Britain’s Got Talent awoken the nation’s slumbering love of variety, or is it the competitive aspect of the series that attracts and enthrals millions?
The producers of Sunday Night at the Palladium will be hoping it’s the former, as they serve up a weekly, prime-time smorgasbord of eclectic entertainment provided by acts ranging from the legendary to the ludicrous.

Watching the Living

Creating work that is genuinely scary on stage is always tricky, but this production of two of Daphne Du Maurier’s short stories engenders chills of disquiet and even the first prickles of dread.
Jane Upton has entwined Du Maurier’s The Apple Tree and The Little Photographer together in a two-act play that explores the author’s obsession with dark desire. A...

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    Exclusively in the September 11 issue of The Stage
     
    • Brian Conley talks to Matt Hemley about how his stage roles have taken him to new heights in showbiz
    • "I look, quite frankly, like a thug." Careers advice from John Byrne on the pros and cons of being typecast
    • Andrew Plaice talks to Toby Jones about training, breaks and the return of Dad's Army
    • Life stages: Susan Elkin talks to Polka Theatre artistic director Peter Glanville, while Catherine Love explores Home Sweet Home, a community production for the older generation
    • Plus... how apps are changing the theatre experience for the hard of hearing and foreign-language audiences
The Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, London. Photo: Noel Foster