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In 2014, I saw a play called Bakersfield Mist, a terrible American comedy that blithely squandered the acting talents of Ian McDiarmid and Kathleen...

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The summer collaboration with Sheffield Peoples Theatre has become almost as much a staple of the Crucible Theatre’s year as its big Christmas musical....

Doctor Who star Freema Agyeman has praised the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the series’ lead, arguing that diverse representation needs to become intrinsic. Agyeman,...

Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme have launched a course for D/deaf and disabled directors. The Introduction to Directing course is...

Almost 2,000 theatre productions in the UK have benefited from theatre tax relief since its introduction in 2014, saving a total of £60 million. Over...

The BBC is launching a bursary in memory of Caroline Aherne, for northern female comedians and comedy writers. The Caroline Aherne Bursary for Funny Northern...

When not dicking around with Dickens at the Open Air Theatre, Matthew Dunster has repeatedly demonstrated that he is a director who understands the potential...

Does the fact that I get jealous of other people's success make me a terrible person who deserves no happiness? Be honest. — Frida Grönberg...

For actors not lucky enough to find full-time theatre, film or TV work, role play offers an opportunity to use your drama training. Syrus...

We have been apart for a little while. But worry not. While my oft incoherent ramblings may not have graced the pages of this...

How complicit are we all when it comes to capitalism, war, and violence in society? Very, is the answer in Kieran Hurley’s new play,...

There’s nothing really prurient about Prurience. Christopher Green’s show is a clever and discomforting exploration of consumption – compulsive and conscious – in late...

Casting has been announced for Out of Joint’s upcoming production of Rita, Sue and Bob Too. James Atherton, Taj Atwal, Sally Bankes, Gemma Dobson, Samantha...
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