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Asuntha
Theatre (Musical)
Greater London
Cassius
Theatre (Musical)
Greater London
Emily
Theatre (Musical)
Greater London
Michael
Theatre (Musical)
Greater London
Grandma And Silly Billy Singer/ Actor Male
Theatre (Musical)
East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Northern Ireland
Singer/ Performer
Theatre (Musical)
East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Northern Ireland
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Shakespeare in Love

Declan Donnellan’s stage adaptation of the Oscar-laden 1998 film – in which Judi Dench famously acquired a best supporting actress award for her eight-minute turn as Queen Elizabeth I – is carried by its not inconsiderable charms.
Given that Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard’s screenplay was essentially a love letter to the theatre, there’s a definite case to be made...

Holes

Tom Basden’s Holes takes the plot of TV’s Lost and splices it with Lord of the Flies. The writer, a BBC favourite, strands three conference organisers and a teenager on an island, and invites us to watch them disintegrate. It’s funnier than it sounds, delivering as many uncomfortable laughs as it does scenarios.
But as exhaustion sets in for the...

Calamity Jane

With a successful history of actor/musician productions, including Sunset Boulevard and last year’s Witches of Eastwick, the Watermill is stepping back in time to present this popular musical featuring an Oscar-winning score by Sammy Fain. Based on the 1950s Warner Brothers movie starring Doris Day and Howard Keel, this stage adaptation appeared almost a decade later, riding on the back...

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    Exclusively in the July 24 issue of The Stage
     
    • Gillian Anderson explains why she was destined to play Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire
    • Learn how to prep a winning press kit in our new learning and careers section, The Half
    • We find out why versatile Olivier award-winner Sharon D Clarke refuses to be pigeonholed
    • Ever thought about training abroad? Two graduates of Paris' Ecole Jacques Lecoq share their experiences
    • Plus... stage managing Olympic ceremonies: Kate Ramsey gives us the aerial view