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Rupert Goold has revealed he feels uneasy about theatres relying on corporate and philanthropic funding, as it may influence the work they make. The Almeida...
Inset: Nicholas Scrivens. Main picture: Verity Burgess in GSA's MA Production of Fiddler on the Roof. Photo: Mark Dean

Nicholas Scrivens teaches musical theatre at Guildford School of Acting. Here he explains why training as an actor-musician can boost your career. Where did you...

It is a story as familiar as any in horror, which Theatre Mill’s new production has made into something thrillingly new. Where Hyde was a...

This likeable piece for small spaces by Birdsnest Theatre piques the curiosity of young children, drawing them into a secret world of imaginative play. The...
Scene from Loserville. Photo: Darren Bell

I welcomed Loserville when it first premiered professionally at West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2012 for bringing an original and authentic rock musical voice to...

If you are dynamic and have personality and talent, CPA Studios might well be the training school for you, says Lisa Martland When 18-year-old Ashlee...

Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre has launched an online resource to help arts organisations actively engage in outreach projects with homeless adults. The launch comes after...

Snoo Wilson’s strange Lovesong of the Electric Bear is prone to both the prosaic and poetic. His narrator is Alan Turing’s stuffed teddy bear,...

A youth theatre in Wales that started the careers of Michael Sheen and Joanna Page has avoided having its funding axed by the local...

Austere in its design and spiky yet fluidly modern in its choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Romeo and Juliet is a real change of mood for...

Harajuku is an area of Tokyo which has become synonymous with Japanese teen street fashion – and cosplay, dressing like characters from cartoons and...

Equity has appointed its first dedicated equalities officer in a move it describes as “a growing sign of how important equality and diversity” are...