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Editor's picks

The London-based brothers set out to establish careers in music, but theatre turned out to be their true calling – and West End success...

First-time performers, directors, writers and designers were recognised at the inaugural celebration of The Stage Debut Awards, held in central London on September 17. The...

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Sheridan Smith will star in her own television special on ITV later this year. The performer will headline her own one-off show, called Sheridan, in...

Ian Dixon Potter’s The Test tells the story of Dora (Natasha Killam), a computer scientist who succeeds in creating an entirely new Turing Test-passing artificial consciousness. There’s...

Two acting students have received funding from BAFTA to help with the cost of their training, as part of the academy's annual scholarship programme. Kalungi...

Michael Earley, principal and chief executive of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, has announced his retirement. He will be replaced in the role...

A student from the Central School of Ballet in London has won all three top awards at the Genee International Ballet Competition, becoming the...

Amelia Lusted, 10, from Wokingham in Berkshire, has won The Stage Scholarship (worth £45,000) at the Barbara Speake Stage School, to cover her school...

It is so easy to sneer at the theatre: "When I go I just worry about the poor bastards forgetting their lines. Particularly if I...

The Irish capital’s arts festival has mirrored the expansion and evolution of its host city over the past 60 years. Eleanor Turney finds artistic...

Peter Whalley earned a place in television lore as the most prolific writer for ITV’s long-running soap opera Coronation Street, contributing 600 episodes over...

A year of international cultural events has been launched in celebration of Swedish film director and writer Ingmar Bergman. This will include a previously announced...

The premise of Blanche and Butch feels like the set up to a joke: an Englishman, a Scotsman and a (somewhat dubious) American team up...

It’s true that leading drama schools should be more forthcoming about their black, Asian and minority ethnic staff (Editor’s View, September 14) – and...
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