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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...

There are so many different professions in the theatre industry that whether you love being in the spotlight or you feel more more at...

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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...

Why aren’t we telling young people about the writing and writing-related careers that drive our industry? Careers advisers working in secondary schools are notoriously...

Further flooding at the Duke of York's Theatre in the West End has resulted in two performances of Doctor Faustus being cancelled. The floods follow...

An inspirational drama teacher for four decades, Nina Finburgh has died aged 79. In the mid-1950s, Finburgh trained in speech, drama and mime at LAMDA,...

From the Oliver Awards to the death of Victoria Wood, we look back at the biggest stories from April. The month kicks off with the...

Dorothy Wilson is to step down as chief executive and artistic director of Mac Birmingham after 26 years. She will be replaced by Deborah Kermode,...

A group campaigning to save the Futurist Theatre in Scarborough has submitted an 11th-hour business case for keeping the theatre up and running. The plan...

DiaoChan: The Rise of the Courtesan Adapted by award nominated playwright of Casualties, Ross Ericson. Presented by Red Dragonfly Productions  Often referred to as the Chinese Macbeth,...

Actor Tom Varey graduated from RADA in 2014 and went straight into filming BBC drama The Village. After working on several television projects, he...

A popular character actor whose work ranged from TV soaps to the courtier Voltemand in the Benedict Cumberbatch Hamlet, Morag Siller has died of...

With his company in residence at Trafalgar Studios, Jamie Lloyd has been enticing young audiences to his shows with a successful formula: updated classic...

This week's theatrical pictures include some of the many events from around the country celebrating Shakespeare 400, the West End transfer of Funny Girl starring...
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