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It is fairly safe to say that immersive theatre became a big deal with Punchdrunk’s The Masque of the Red Death at Battersea Arts...

It’s not uncommon to hear grumbling, especially around Olivier Awards time, that the West End is too in awe of its American sibling, Broadway....

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Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom began life in 1984 as a short student play, devised by Luhrmann and his classmates at Sydney’s National Institute of...

Though the nine one-act plays that make up Tonight at 8.30 are all written by Noel Coward, in many ways that’s where the similarities...

The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster is collaborating with Tamasha on a new playwriting prize to discover new culturally diverse talent in the North West. The...

Alexandra Palace has confirmed that its Victorian theatre will reopen in December following a multimillion-pound restoration. The project has received £18.8 million from the Heritage...

Originally titled The Pink Room, Rodney Ackland’s 1952 play is set in a Soho drinking pit in the dying days of the Second World...

It’s said a good piece of theatre begins as late and ends as early as possible in the framework of a story. Playing in Hampstead...

Jemima Rooper will star in the forthcoming production of Little Shop of Horrors at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. She is joined in the cast...

Theatrical marketing company Dewynters has announced it is opening a second office in continental Europe, with an outpost in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam office has been...

It is fairly safe to say that immersive theatre became a big deal with Punchdrunk’s The Masque of the Red Death at Battersea Arts...

It’s not uncommon to hear grumbling, especially around Olivier Awards time, that the West End is too in awe of its American sibling, Broadway....

If enforced, the European Union’s proposed regulations to ban traditional theatre lights will have a calamitous impact upon the industry, writes multiple Olivier and...

Here’s a prospect to make you blush, giggle and squirm. We’re ushered into a boudoir, a sugar-pink Barbara Cartland confection of cushions, swagged sheets,...
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