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The question to be asked during this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe and International Festival post-mortem is: did realigning the dates work? Up until the 1990s,...

Two brothers, Earl and Ray, travel to Bernalillo New Mexico upon the mysterious death of their estranged father, Henry. Over a bottle of bourbon...

In the early days of lottery funding for capital projects, arts organisations quick off the mark found a lot of financial help for massive...

In August 2002, I attended a perplexing event. It was the recording of what would turn out to be the final series of Blind...

London’s Southbank Centre has been awarded almost £5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund towards a major overhaul of several of its cultural spaces. The...

Hang by Debbie Tucker Green and Play Mas by Mustapha Matura have been shortlisted for the inaugural Alfred Fagon Audience Award. There are 11 plays...

The minute the French start hoisting flags over barricades, I start a-dreaming a dream, reprising the greatest hits of Les Miserables. And Les Mis...

One of the most luminous stars of the silent era, Louise Brooks has been all but erased from cinema history. Only a handful of...

So gobsmacking is the magic of War Horse and The Lion King that the time, effort and expertise that goes into making and maintaining...

Daisy Bowie-Sell has been appointed editor of Whatsonstage. Bowie-Sell will leave her post as deputy theatre editor of Time Out after two years to join...

Glorious in their athleticism and their suppleness, the dancers of Ballet Zurich are a force of nature under the artistic direction of Christian Spuck....

Comedy in Edinburgh during August is seen as the preserve of the fringe. But with the programming of Volksbuhne Berlin's production of Murmel Murmel...
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