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In Episode 2 of The Stage Podcast, Tim Bano talks to Brighton Fringe managing director Julian Caddy and we hear from Tim Crouch, director...

It’s not unheard of when attending a West End theatre to hear the odd audience moan. “I can’t find the toilet”, “The building is...

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Former Royal Shakespeare Company artistic director Michael Boyd will direct the UK premiere of a Tony Kushner play as part of Hampstead Theatre’s new...

National Campaign for the Arts has launched a guidance document about the sector and its relationship to the European Union. Chair Samuel West said he...

A major new campaign dedicated to tackling mental health issues among professional musicians - including those working in the West End - has been...

Director Nick Bagnall’s decision to set this touring production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona in 1966 gives him a striking musical and visual...

A woman sits on a train, lights flickering past, time flickering past. We zoom in on her eyes, her hands, the purse she carries,...

When he’s not working as an associate tutor at the Guildford School of Acting, Toumey is a freelance theatre director. He tells David Hutchison...

The usual blaze of publicity surrounding the arrival of a new playhouse in town was nowhere to be seen when the Theatre Royal opened...

Andrew Hilton gestures around Bristol Old Vic, where we meet. “Bristol has transformed since I came here in 1978,” he says. “This building was...

Coastal erosion wreaks havoc on a family graveyard in Sea Life, a strange and uneven play by Lucy Catherine. Vicky Gaskin and Chris Levens play...

The Golden Record is a sort-of time capsule of sounds and images that sum up life on Earth. It was strapped to the Voyager...

Celia Imrie is the latest actor to join the cast of King Lear at the Old Vic. Morfydd Clark and William Chubb have also been...

Stephen Daldry’s staging of An Inspector Calls is to return to the West End to celebrate its 25th anniversary. First staged at the National Theatre...
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