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Natasha Tripney Don't miss Parliament Square James Fritz’s previous plays include the tense and compelling Ross and Rachel, and Four Minutes Twelve Seconds. His new play, selected...

There is dramatic irony in how some arts organisations proudly claim they are equal opportunities employers when advertising permanent office positions, yet seem unable...

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David Ives’ Venus in Fur is as much about power as it is about sex. More precisely it’s about power in the audition room...

James Issitt is a senior lecturer in drama at the University of Cumbria. He tells John Byrne about his work… How did you start off...

Royal Court artistic director Vicky Featherstone has announced a day of events that will take place in response to the sexual harassment revelations concerning...

Tina Turner has announced that Broadway star Adrienne Warren will portray her in the West End musical based on her life. Tina is written by...

There is still an “awful long way to go” before female writers are equally represented on stage, playwright Lizzie Nunnery has said. Nunnery, who was...

Tributes have been paid to Peter Plouviez, the former general secretary of Equity, following his death on October 5, aged 86. In an email to...

Designer Jon Bausor has said the “white, middle-class” theatre design sector needs to be more inviting to people from different backgrounds. The set and costume...

Angela Clerkin is co-directing and performing in her play The Secret Keeper. She talks to Roda Musa about the politics of keeping secrets and...

Creating the star of The Lorax requires more than some fur, cord and rods. Holly Williams discovers how an ‘animal superhero’ comes to life...

Now in its 10th year, London’s varied and vivacious Casa festival has grown into an impressive and important platform for both international and UK-based...

The UK and Ireland tour of Matilda the Musical will star previous West End cast members Craige Els and Rebecca Thornhill. Opening at Curve...

The Casting Directors’ Guild has issued a statement emphasising its members’ responsibility to be vigilant against any abuse of its duty of care to...
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