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I just want to be clear from the start – this issue is not about sour grapes or resentment or bitterness over not getting...

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Stephen Sondheim may have considered adapting Groundhog Day for musical theatre audiences, but it’s the creative team behind Matilda which has done it. Award-winning...

Every now and again a piece of theatre will take you by surprise and leave you questioning your discernment. Yuri, an adaptation of a...

There’s a lot of eloquent, expressive circus around at the moment: body-poems. Silver Lining’s production has its moments of poetry and poignancy too, but...

James Acaster, Nish Kumar and Richard Gadd have been nominated for this year’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards. All three are for best comedy show, with Acaster...

London mayor Sadiq Khan has begun the process of appointing a 'night tsar' for the capital, who will develop a vision for night-time culture...

A renowned theatre supplier has been ordered to payout almost £40,000 after a lorry driver was crushed by falling canvases. Founded in 1840, Brodie and...

Angel was the name given to a sniper, a Kurdish woman reputed to have shot and killed more than 200 Isis fighters in northern...

Former EastEnders actor Jonny Labey is to star in a concert staging of a new musical featuring the songs of Caro Emerald. That Man is...

Olympic model may not suit arts I like a bold challenge (Editor’s view: Will success in Rio inspire arts funding change?, August 18). I would...

God loves a trier. Tabard does too. And he has nothing but respect for one 71-year-old, by the name of Doreen Pechey. Having always dreamed...

It’s tempting to think of the West End’s long-running plays as creaky outdated relics, and indeed, that’s how they’re too often described. But as Tabard...
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