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This is part of a series of five posts detailing the top 50 musical theatre composers of all time. Compiled by The Stage associate...

At Theatre 2016, Sheena Wrigley, executive director of Home in Manchester, called on regional theatres to reconsider their operating models, claiming venue's run under...

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April de Angelis and Barney Norris are among six writers commissioned to write new plays for the Bush Theatre's off-site production This Place We...

West End shows including The Lion King, Mamma Mia!, Guys and Dolls and Matilda are included in this year’s Kids Week initiative. Running during August,...

For the uninitiated (and, in fact, the initiated) Equity’s Annual Representative Conference can feel really quite silly. Performers, stage managers and retirees all gather together...

Never mind his new role as mayor of London, Sadiq Khan could easily consider a career in stand-up. At least, judging by a reception...

Harsh cuts? We can work it out Thank you for highlighting the grotesque, humiliating and immediate funding cut that we and Rose Bruford are experiencing...

The Donmar Warehouse is to build a new temporary theatre in King's Cross, where it will stage the final production of Phyllida Lloyd's all-female...

Thirty years on from her translation of Tartuffe into Scots for the Lyceum, Liz Lochhead formalises her love affair with Moliere in this beautifully...

This emotionally charged production of Victoria Wood’s first play, which has seen New Vic ticket sales go through the roof, is testament to her...

This production's title is, of course, a reference to the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is MP for Islington North. But he is never named...

Soul legend Marvin Gaye has had the bad luck to be remembered as much for the manner of his death as for his greatest...

This is my first encounter with Lost Dog’s Paradise Lost. First seen a year ago at the Place in London, this one-man dance/theatre/stand-up work...
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