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Editor's picks

The Royal Court deserves a long and loud round of applause for the way it has responded to revelations about sexual harassment in the...

It's the time of year when critics are busy compiling their 2017 end-of-year reports, offering their round-ups of the best (and sometimes the worst)...

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Pop-up theatre company Good Chance is to open a new temporary venue at a refugee welcome centre in Paris. This will see the organisation, which...

Welcome to The Jungle. Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson’s debut full-length play – a co-production from the Young Vic, the National and humanitarian company...

The Royal Court in London has overturned a decision to cancel a planned run of Andrea Dunbar's Rita, Sue and Bob Too. Earlier this week,...

Inspired by JM Barrie’s children’s classic, Action to the Word’s The Lost Boy Peter Pan uses the music of the Beatles, among others, to...

The Opera House’s pantos are known for being lavish, big-money affairs. And this year’s offering, boasting retina-scorching lighting, all-encompassing sound and sumptuous sets, is...

The Swan's Sleeping Beauty eschews trendiness for the traditional and time-honoured. Its unashamed romanticism and lyricism is counterpointed by quite preposterous panto-damery and audience...

A major £14 million redevelopment of West Yorkshire Playhouse has been given the green light by Leeds City Council. The revamp will create a third...

Arts Educational Schools is planning the first major redevelopment of its west London home in 30 years. The refurbishment will involve the creation of new...

Having toured successfully last year, European Arts Company revisits its one-man production of A Christmas Carol – a show that, rather than adapting the...

The Royal Court deserves a long and loud round of applause for the way it has responded to revelations about sexual harassment in the...

Johnathan Tweedie is a brilliant baddie. His Maleficent is magnificent. His delivery is faultless, his singing voice fine and his performance a joy to...

Plays Patsy Ferran has been cast in My Mum’s a Twat at the Royal Court in London. She plays Girl in the one-woman play, which...
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