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Last week, theatre company Tonic Theatre published its latest research into gender equality in the theatre industry, revealing "profound imbalances". This week we're asking:...

Not all rookie set designers struggle to earn a living. After he’d graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 1982 with a...

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The Norwich-based Baroque Theatre Company is a small touring company with a big vision. Its latest offering is far from comfortable. Ira Levin’s other...

Both William Shakespeare and the Chinese playwright Tang Xianzu died in 1616, a coincidence that inspired A Shakespearean Handan Dream. In juxtaposing the Chinese opera...

We are giving three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Amanda Muggleton in The Book Club at The...

The Phantom of the Opera’s 30th anniversary will be marked with a special gala performance that will feature original cast members. Taking place at Her...

A major new survey into people's experiences of the arts in Wales is being launched. The project, commissioned by Welsh branches of the campaign group...

Local government authorities in Northern Ireland have been challenged to match-fund a £1.5 million initiative by the region’s Arts Council to increase access to...

David Walliams has become the latest high-profile figure to criticise the cost of ticket prices in the West End, warning the industry could become...

A new theatre space is to be created in place of the soon-to-be-demolished Royal Victoria Hall in Southborough, Kent. The building, called the Southborough Hub,...

Elton John has been announced as one of the hosts of this year's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards, which take place later this year. The...

Having done quite well in my native Ireland for the past two years, I decided to bite the bullet and move to London at...

After looking at all things yellow in The Yellow Show, the sky in The Sky Show, faces in The Face Show and water in...

Dante or Die creates innovative, site specific theatre in everyday, and often unlikely places. Its latest production Take on Me does just that, as...
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