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The ‘theatre etiquette’ article is a staple on the arts pages, periodically erupting in publications and on websites, and typically prompted by overt examples...

Yet again, an understudy has saved the day. Only last month I was writing about how these unsung heroes embody the essential liveness of...

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This week's production news includes casting for Clare Barron's Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winning play, Dance Nation, at the Almeida, final casting for Marianne Elliott's...

Actors' care home Denville Hall has been warned that certain aspects of its operation are unsafe. The latest investigation by the Care Quality Commission has...

Later this month Joking Apart, Ayckbourn’s 21st play, returns to the Stephen Joseph Theatre – 40 years after its premiere there. In September his...

A competition has been launched to find the next female musical theatre star. The winner will appear in a concert alongside performers including Louise...

A government blueprint for the UK’s future relationship with the EU has emphasised the importance of the “continued mobility of talented individuals” and proposes...

Rebecca Lock and Edward Baker-Duly will lead the cast of Kiss Me, Kate at Sheffield Theatres later this year. The Cole Porter musical will be...

This year’s Worcester Repertory Theatre's outdoor performance at the Commandery is an outrageous satirical spoof, reminiscent in many ways of Tom Stoppard's The Real...

Bonnie Langford is to join the cast of 42nd Street in the West End, which will close in January next year. The actor is leaving...

This new play by Alan Harris is one of National Theatre Wales’ five Love Letters to the NHS. Its location could not be more...

It’s the law of theatre that if there’s a gun on stage it will go off before the play ends. In Robert Graves’ unperformed...

It’s imaginary. That’s the genius of Sam Mendes’ staging of this epic play, charting the history of the Lehman brothers, the three German Jewish...

The ‘theatre etiquette’ article is a staple on the arts pages, periodically erupting in publications and on websites, and typically prompted by overt examples...
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