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Last week in his column for The Stage, West End Producer tackled the question of whether ability or contacts are are more important in...

Jukebox musicals – shows created out of the existing back catalogue of pop groups and performers – have been with us for a long...

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Elton John’s theatre company Rocket Stage has appointed Joseph Smith as producer. Smith joins from Greene Light Stage, formerly Old Vic Productions, where he was...

Peterborough-based Lamphouse Theatre has become the latest company to sign up to Equity's fringe pay deal, becoming the first in East Anglia to do...

West Yorkshire Playhouse will develop a festival that explores living with dementia, after receiving £99,950 from Arts Council England. The Festival of Theatre and Dementia...

Glenda Jackson as King Lear? Harriet Walter as Prospero? Michelle Terry as Henry V? And now Tamsin Greig as Malvolio? It's almost as if...

Drawing inspiration equally from hip hop and Hamlet, DenMarked is an intense, confessional autobiography from musician and spoken-word artist Conrad Murray. Often grim and...

I am in the second year of my three-year drama course and enjoying it very much. We have had the chance to work with...

In 2013, Canadian dancer Lukas McFarlane won Sky TV’s talent show Got to Dance. Then aged 20, he wowed the judges with splashy routines...

Ellen Kent has been touring opera throughout the UK and Ireland for 25 years, and shows no sign of diminished passion for bringing the...

Actor Llion Williams has become the first person to win both English and Welsh language performance prizes at the Wales Theatre Awards. Williams scooped the...

In writing Chigger Foot Boys, author Patricia Cumper wanted to pay tribute to the African and Caribbean soldiers who lost their lives in the...

The Victoria and Albert Museum and Royal College of Art are launching a new performing arts-led archive course based at the V&A's theatre collections. Called the history and material...

A starry cast enlivens the UK premiere of Stephen Karam’s one-act dark comedy. While a film version of Speech and Debate is due to...
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