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For nearly 40 years, the Netherlands’ Oerol Festival has pioneered ‘location theatre’. As its stature has grown, could it rival Edinburgh as a destination...

When The King and I opened at the London Palladium earlier this month, more than one critic trotted out the current favourite critical shorthand,...

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Based on the 1963 film – with some added Cliff Richard hits thrown in – Summer Holiday is an amiable if unmemorable musical, buoyed...

Tabard likes a happy news story. They’re few and far between in this day and age, let’s be honest. So when something positive comes...

Spare a thought for the dancers of the Australian Ballet company, who this week found themselves plunged into darkness mid-performance. How so, you ask? Was...

Your article highlighting the under-representation of disabled students in UK drama schools makes a number of valid and timely points. However, it fails to reflect...

For nearly 40 years, the Netherlands’ Oerol Festival has pioneered ‘location theatre’. As its stature has grown, could it rival Edinburgh as a destination...

I’m not quite ready to give up acting altogether, but I do feel I’m getting too old for constant touring. That’s where most of...

https://twitter.com/AntWalker_Cook/status/1014236454573264896 Acting is a subjective sport, where everyone has their own opinion about who is good, and what represents talent. Actors can be critically acclaimed,...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of As You Like It...

Streatham Hill Theatre in south London has been listed as an asset of community value – offering the at-risk venue additional protection from development. Theatre...

Writers creating work for the Royal Court, the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company are to see their minimum fees boosted by 1.5%. It...

There’s nothing like a family funeral for clearing the air and muddying the waters.  In Phillip McMahon’s unflinching, darkly humorous play, three brothers gather...
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