OPINION

The big news of this week came on Tuesday, when a press conference was held at The Public Theater to announce what many had...

In last week's print edition of The Stage, I highlighted Islington in a feature as a hotbed of theatre, and it is the place...

West End prices, puppet theatres, pronunciation and memories of Barrie Ingham

Theatre is for everyone. No one should ever be excluded. It’s a universal medium. Inclusivity is key to everything theatre stands for and trainee...

Few announcements are more keenly awaited in theatre than what’s being promised for Chichester Festival Theatre’s annual season. This is not just because it...

Actors: stop bleating on about your low pay and shabby mouse-ridden dressing rooms. Because apparently your lives are better than you may realise –...

Who hasn’t bought cheap seats at the theatre, only to move into more expensive ones if they’re empty? Course you have. Just don’t try it...

The building of a new theatre in Streatham Hill should be grounds for celebration. But according to some eagle-eyed protesters, not so. A petition...

Bored? Fancy a quick hit of artistic satisfaction? Try this. You’ll need 10 minutes when and where you won’t be disturbed and a pen and...

One of my favourite theatre books of all time is James Kirkwood's Diary of a Mad Playwright, his astonishing report from the frontline of...

Recently the issue of class has featured heavily in the media's entertainment reporting, especially surrounding the awards season. I started in the theatre aged 16,...