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Last week, The Stage reported that a website was planning to charge theatre companies £50 for their show to be reviewed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe....

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Downton Abbey star Laura Carmichael will join Stockard Channing and Freema Agyeman in Alexi Kaye Campbell’s Apologia at Trafalgar Studios. As previously announced, the cast...

Beethoven’s message in his only opera, Fidelio, is that love and courage can counter oppression and leverage freedom. It’s a testament to the universality of...

A new award recognising the show that most successfully explores the subject of mental health has been launched for the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe. The Mental...

London’s Yard Theatre has launched two new pilot projects to engage young people from its local area. The Hackney-based venue is looking for 10 people...

The website which proposed a controversial pay-for-review scheme for productions on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has postponed its plans. The edfringereviews.com site proposed to charge...

Last week, The Stage reported that a website was planning to charge theatre companies £50 for their show to be reviewed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe....

Like all young actors, I have my wish list of people I’d like to work with and productions I’d like to be in. I’m...

London's Union Theatre continues its mission to revive neglected British musicals that emerged during the 1980s and 1990s mega-show bonanza years. Having recently and misguidedly...

The number of students taking drama GCSE has fallen sharply in 2017, dropping by 9% in a year. Figures released by Ofqual, the body that...

Galway’s O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance has been voted Ireland’s favourite building in a poll conducted by the Royal Institute of the...

The Donmar Warehouse’s film of their all-female Julius Caesar is a labour of love. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, it’s definitely a filmed performance rather...

This summer, Albert Herring, Benjamin Britten’s comic opera of repression, rum-laced lemonade and rites of passage celebrates 70 years since its premiere at Glyndebourne. The...
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