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Since training at art school, Martin Creed has won a Turner prize for his piece featuring a light being turned on and off in...

There are times when I really wish I could have access to a Tardis, and have it take me back to an earlier Broadway...

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Cass is a writer who has lost her voice and can't get out of the bathtub. Her mother has just died and she needs...

First-time partner in The Stage Scholarships scheme, Spirit Young Performers Company has offered six part-scholarships in association with The Stage for the school’s Performers’...

Violence, at the beginning of American writer Christopher Shinn’s play, is implicit. A police tent covers a body, the vestige of some violent act....

Rebecca Atkinson-Lord has lost her voice. Or rather she’s lost the voice of her home. She no longer speaks with a Wolverhampton burr. Privately...

Veteran entertainer and television presenter Bruce Forsyth has died aged 89, his family has confirmed. Earlier this year Forsyth was admitted to hospital with...

A nationwide survey on access to toilets in theatres has been launched. The Association of British Theatre Technicians, which is running the survey, hopes it...

Summerhall has dominated the second week of the Scotsman’s Fringe First award winners. The venue was the recipient of three out of seven awards in...

A new winter festival that will include theatre and other entertainment programming is launching in London this year. The inaugural Greenwich Wintertime Festival will take...

A petition to protect a London dance organisation after its Arts Council England national portfolio funding was pulled has reached nearly 3,000 signatures. Greenwich Dance,...

Musicals Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Starlight Express is to return for a new workshop production. Members of the original creative team are set to reunite...

Smoothly moving on from their time-travelling schtick, the enthusiastic Rhys Morgan and curmudgeonly Robert West build on their stage personas in this thoroughly entertaining...

Dear Anthony, In the summer of 2015 I became involved in what would turn out to be your most infamous project yet. My agent at...
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