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Sion Daniel Young in the National Theatre's War Horse . Photo: Simon Annand

Nicholas Hytner has highlighted subsidised tickets and live cinema screenings as two of his biggest achievements during his 12-year tenure at the National Theatre. So...

By the nature of the job, actors have to learn to bond with each other at a much faster rate than in the civilian...

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1. Be an easy act to follow No matter how meaty the scene, and how well-known the play, if we can’t work out what is...
Ben Stephenson. Photo: Ed Miller/BBC

BBC controller of drama commissioning Ben Stephenson is stepping down after seven years in the post. Stephenson will join Bad Robot Productions, the American production...
Private Lives at Bolton Octagon. Photo: Ian Tilton

Honeymooners are not supposed to behave like this. When Elyot Chase bawls at his new bride Sybil “I should like to cut off your...
A scene from The Sound of Music. Photo: Pamela Raith

This is the 50th anniversary year of the release of the film version of The Sound of Music that forever immortalised its true tale...
The 2011 Company of Britain’s Got Bhangra

Musical Britain’s Got Bhangra will be revived for a UK tour this autumn. It will open at Manchester Palace Theatre on September 3, ahead of...
Kerry Ellis in Anthems, 2011. Photo: Chris Christodoulou

Cynthia Erivo, Kerry Ellis, Janie Dee and Caroline Sheen are among the performers lined up to take part in this year’s London Festival of...
Joe Armstrong and Louise Brealey. Photo: Johann Persson

Joe Armstrong and Louise Brealey are set to star in the UK tour of Nick Payne’s Constellations, which begins in May. The tour will begin...
Brigid Lamour at Women Centre Stage. Photo: Hannah Quigley

Industry figures have called for the sector to be more accountable when it comes diversity and equality in arts organisations. A panel discussion at the...

When Derby Playhouse was shut down in 2007, it was ultimately the University of Derby which stepped in to save it with a viable...

In the opulent grandeur of a European city, a renowned singer abandons the opera house for the truth of the streets. A gorgeous prostitute. A...
Fenella Woolgar, Stella Gonet, Lucy Robinson and Marion Bailey in Handbagged by Moira Buffini @ Vaudeville Theatre. directed by Indhu Rubasingham.

Moira Buffini’s Handbagged is set to tour the UK this autumn. The production, which originated at the Tricycle Theatre in 2013 before transferring to the...
How the refurbished ROH Bow St entrance will look

The Royal Opera House has been granted planning permission for a £27 million refurbishment scheme that will see its foyer and the Linbury Studio...