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Last week, Ian McKellen called on the National Theatre to bring back a repertory company, claiming it would be good for both young performers...

There’s not much that Daniel Evans, who turns 43 this summer, hasn’t already done in the theatre. He’s acted in the West End and on...

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Renowned conductor Simon Rattle has hit out at plans to close Fairfield Halls in Croydon for two years, saying it would be a “huge...

Curve artistic director Nikolai Foster has described casting Pixie Lott in Breakfast at Tiffany’s as a “safety blanket” for audiences paying to see the...

Digital Theatre is to introduce captions for all of its recorded productions to make them accessible for deaf people and the hard of hearing. Announced...

Black Theatre Live will stage Hamlet as its fourth touring show, in what producers are claiming will be Britain's first all-black production of the...

She’s about to become a household name due to her casting in Doctor Who, but West End heads will know Pearl Mackie for altogether...

The Bill. Remember that classic TV series? More importantly, remember how many now super famous actors it gave to the world? Well, if you...

Blacking up shouldn’t offend I was pleased to read in Alistair Smith’s opinion article for The Stage (April 28) that some theatres are thinking about...

Star Wars actor John Boyega is to play the lead role in a reimagining of Woyzeck at the Old Vic as part of its...

Memory is the theme, lest we forget. The opening night of Wilton’s enterprising three-day festival of dance from up and coming choreographers kicks off...

Comedy writers have one month left to enter the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize, and be in with a chance of winning £10,000. Through the award,...

London’s Gate Theatre has form with iconoclastic adaptations of Greek tragedy, from 2014’s Idomeneus to Anne Louise Sarks' Medea last year. This quadrilogy cements...
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