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The Stage Podcast, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016, part 6 In our sixth Edinburgh episode, we catch up with Sarah-Louise Young, who is juggling three shows...

The Stage newspaper comes out once a week and is brimming with industry news, advice, analysis and reviews from all over the UK. Here...

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Dear Home Office starts with a clip of its young company gathering in London and making their way up to Edinburgh. Yet another journey...

Sophie’s past has just showed up on her doorstep. Her past takes the shape of a man called Isaac, a celebrated photographer. Sophie was...

Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Miss Saigon is to tour the UK next year. The Boublil and Schonberg musical, which completed a West End run...

Here's a fringe rediscovery that's a testament to good reading and about good breeding – a virtually unknown play by JB Priestley that actor-director...

Katy likes to touch people’s shoes. She likes the sea. She does not like crowds or loud noises. She does not like anyone to...

Observing just how prolific he had become, one theatre journalist observed last year: “Is there more than one Michael Longhurst? As sometimes happens in...

It’s a hot and moist Saturday afternoon and the chilled foods aisle of my local branch of Waitrose is an ideal place to find...

Dear @westendproducer. Do all drama schools provide sufficient training, or should you attend the top 5? RADA, Lamda, BOVTS, Guildhall, CSSD— David Champion (@davidxchampion)...

Summerhall has continued its awards domination at Edinburgh, garnering a further four Fringe First prizes. This brings its tally of The Scotsman's awards for new...

Plenty of theatres operate with somewhat generic mission statements, simply describing their goals of producing ‘excellent theatre’ that represents the ‘breadth of theatrical literature’...

After a friend was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Rigby was inspired to make a show based on one of his final efforts: getting his...

Travelling to theatres across the length and breadth of Britain, as I regularly do nowadays, no other theatre offers the immediacy of the welcome...
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