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The historic market town of Cirencester in the Cotswolds is famous for its agricultural college and its polo club. But until now it has...

Next week, the 51st Brighton Fringe, England’s largest fringe festival and the third biggest in the world, begins. Over the following four weeks, more than 500,000 audience...

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And the prize for most misjudged publicity stunt of the week goes to Theater Konstanz in Germany. The venue is staging a production about Hitler,...

If, like Tabard, ballet doesn’t float your boat, you’re probably not going to want to sit and watch a ballet that is comprised solely...

Bureaucrats have no idea of the impact of seemingly simplistic regulations (‘Theatres face £180m bill under EU lighting rules’, News, April 19). I am...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of Tremor in Cardiff, Bat...

Neil Shand was one of the most successful comedy writers of the past half-century, the joker of choice for successive generations of presenters and...

In an alternate 1940, King Edward VIII is on the throne, Nazi troops are advancing through Surrey, and the British government has been all...

As one of the co-founders of the Wakefield Tricycle Company and its subsequent incarnation as the Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn, north London, Shirley Barrie...

Three European creative organisations – Theatre de Liege in Belgium, Sadler’s Wells in the UK and Maison de la Danse in France – will...

The ground-breaking new company of players at Bristol`s Tobacco Factory has set a formidable quality mark in its inaugural season, with this thrilling fresh...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has received 10 nominations for this year’s Outer Critics Circle Awards in New York. The play, produced by Sonia...

Plans for one of London's oldest pub theatre to move to a new purpose-built home have been approved, as the venue looks to secure...
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