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Chorus dancer Peggy Sawyer is told: “You’re going out there a youngster, but you’ve got to come back a star,” when she is sent...

With the transfer of the National Theatre’s production of Nine Night, Natasha Gordon becomes the first black British female playwright to have a play...

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Whilst the cast of the current West End production of Tartuffe perform in a mixture of English and French, the bilingual Exchange Theatre have...

Milly Thomas’ Dust is to transfer to Trafalgar Studios this September. Having won one of The Stage's Edinburgh Award in 2017, Dust will run at...

Rikki Beadle-Blair, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Lynette Linton and Roy Williams are among the writers that have written monologues for the Royal Court Theatre to mark...

After making her debut at the Royal Court with the acclaimed Lela and Co in 2015 and winning the 2017 Pinter Commission, the up-and-coming...

Under the mentorship of one of the UK's most prominent producing theatres, the Lyric Ensemble is a group of aspiring actors without any formal...

Andrew Lloyd Webber has officially renamed the New London Theatre in honour of Gillian Lynne, who choreographed Cats there in 1981. The renaming means that...

An investigation is being launched into the barriers to becoming a lighting designer faced by people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. African and...

Conor Mitchell’s work is unpredictable and fearlessly theatrical. That's what makes it so exhilarating. In The Fall of the House of Usher, Edgar Allan...

By Paco Bezerra English translation by Marion Peter Holt "An important theatre production that sparks debate and must be talked about in the open." Londontheatre1 ★★★★ Londontheatre1.com ★★★★...

The human cost of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar isn’t so much FIFA’s dirty little secret as an ongoing Amnesty-certified human rights violation....

When the wealthy Rowena Cade wanted an outdoor theatre for her amateur production of The Tempest, Cornish gardener Billy Rawlings made it for her....

For their first appearance at Sadler’s Wells, Dresden’s Semperoper Ballett make a judicious selection of William Forsythe works. His classical-based modernism is the perfect...
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