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The Stage newspaper comes out once a week and is brimming with industry news, advice, analysis and reviews from all over the UK. Here...

To call it the theatre event of the year would be an understatement. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth chapter of the...

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The number of children taking part in theatre and dance activities is continuing to fall, new government figures have found. The Department for Culture, Media...

Arts Council England is to release at least £60 million of unspent Lottery funding after building up all-time high reserves of more than £330...

In Polka’s main theatre, there’s netting ready to tip a giant, inflatable fruit over the audience as part of a production of James and...

Gemma Sutton and Sam Lips have been cast in the lead roles in the forthcoming Strictly Ballroom musical. The stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's film...

A thriller written by JB Priestley is to be adapted for the stage and will receive its world premiere at the Old Red Lion...

Waiting in an airport lounge for a delayed flight is never fun. Anxiety competes with frustration and boredom in a place seemingly designed for...

Dear @westendproducer if we vote to stay in EU, will #jazzhands be compulsory for all performances? Could sway the vote... — Andrew Loretto (@AndrewLoretto) May...

Is making theatre for young audiences any different to making theatre? Does it require a special set of skills that aren’t offered on other...

I like to go to the theatre – lots – but I find, even in London, there usually isn’t much on. “What do you...

There's hardly a nicer, more charming or welcoming theatre to visit anywhere than Berkshire's Watermill Theatre, down a country lane near Newbury in Berkshire....

In hindsight, the slogan 'now and forever' looks a bit less like marketing and a bit more like hubris. While it didn’t run forever,...

Exposure the Musical has been 12 years in the making. But even after all that time it looks terribly exposed. Andrew Lloyd Webber recently...
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