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The ‘standard’, default start time for Broadway shows used to be 8pm, with Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm and Sunday matinees at 3pm...

Theatres have long sought to entice prospective audiences through their doors by emblazoning their marquees and accompanying signage with rapturous quotes from respected critics. A...

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The ‘standard’, default start time for Broadway shows used to be 8pm, with Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm and Sunday matinees at 3pm...

For generations, US network television has done a successful job of telling the stories of doctors and lawyers, police officers and private detectives. Of...

Milton’s line: “No light, but rather darkness visible” is as good a description of Kim Brandstrup’s new work as any. The first full-length work created...

Hull Truck Theatre Company has committed to new diversity targets and introduced schemes to help young people from deprived areas break into the theatre...

Street performers could soon benefit from being able to accept contactless payments, thanks to new technology developed in London. The device, Tiptap, will be unveiled...

South London arts centre Fairfield Halls has announced local organisation Savvy Theatre as its company in residence for the next 10 years. The arts complex,...

Equity is being urged to “take a step up” and do more to improve working-class representation in theatre. Tom Stocks of campaign group Actor Awareness...

Actors including Amanda Abbington, Ricky Gervais, Frances Barber and Mark Gatiss have lent their support to a new campaign demanding more and better acting...

A play exploring life in London and Gaza is to be performed simultaneously in each location, using live streaming and projection to bring the...

Deafinitely Theatre has announced a new training course to equip emerging deaf artists for a career in mainstream theatre. The year-long programme, called the Hub,...

Works by Nicholas Hytner and Michael Coveney have made the shortlist for this year’s Theatre Book Prize. Hytner is nominated for Balancing Acts, which goes...

Theatres have long sought to entice prospective audiences through their doors by emblazoning their marquees and accompanying signage with rapturous quotes from respected critics. A...
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