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I regularly go to the theatre on my own and must admit I rather enjoy it. My favourite secret theatregoing activity is slipping off...

Walls feature prominently in the story of the National Theatre of Scotland, which celebrates a decade of existence this year.Which is ironic, because it...

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Ashton Henry-Reid, age 11, from south-west London, has won The Stage Scholarship to attend Sylvia Young Theatre School full-time for five years, worth a total...

Before she took over as artistic director at Shakespeare’s Globe, Cymbeline was the only Shakespeare play Emma Rice had really tackled, back in 2006....

South London fringe venue the White Bear Theatre will reopen after nine months' closure with a new, purpose-built performance space. The pub theatre has moved...

Jeremy Irvine is to join Ed Harris and Amy Madigan in the forthcoming production of Buried Child. The Sam Shepard play runs at Trafalgar Studios...

Paapa Essiedu and Tanya Moodie have been honoured for their acting talent at an awards ceremony in London focusing on diverse talent. The International Achievement...

Ambassador Theatre Group co-founder Rosemary Squire has been named co-chair of theatre venue Hall for Cornwall. Squire, who stepped down as joint chief executive of...

A pioneering online-only branch launched by Equity has been made permanent by the union following a six-month trial period. The branch was opened in March,...

In his adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Man Who Would be King, adaptor and director Dan Coleman has created something more engaging than the...

To many people back in 1951, it must have seemed a crazy idea. With the encouragement of the writer Compton Mackenzie, a group of...

History hasn’t been kind to Irish women playwrights. Most of their work fell out of repertory long ago. A turning point may be marked...

Sid, a one-man show by Leon Fleming, is performed with an impressive burst of nervous energy by actor Dario Coates. He plays Craig, a teenage...

Sean Mathias’ production of Pinter’s No Man’s Land, starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, has already played Broadway in rep with Waiting For Godot...
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