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From London to Texas, non-profit theatres are cleaning up the fallout from sexual misconduct allegations. After the revelations and resignations, leadership searches are underway...

“You already know you're going to love it!" proclaims the advertising slogan for Mamma Mia!, now heading for its 20th anniversary in the West...

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This week's production news includes Kwame Kwei-Armah's first season as artistic director of the Young Vic in London, a new immersive experience from Disney at...

In her new musical The Assassination of Katie Hopkins, Chris Bush explores the polarising effect of Twitter and Facebook on public debate. She tells...

Coronation Street and Dinner Ladies star Shobna Gulati is to join the West End cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. She will join the musical...

With a long history of rewrites and revisions, Chess is being revived at the London Coliseum this month. Nick Smurthwaite looks at the history...

Eugene O’Neill’s script is torn between a tragic examination of familial conflict, realistic representation of drug and alcohol abuse, O’Neill’s need to demonstrate his...

Brace yourself – here comes the next mega-hit jukebox musical. Tina, which opened with a bang in the West End this week and looks...

A new collective for people of colour who write about theatre has been formed to support the development of critics from diverse backgrounds. The Critics...

It is 21 years since Steven Greenhorn's road movie for the stage had its debut at the Edinburgh Traverse. And, while it is firmly set in the late...

The heat is rising in the Alabama Delta. On an isolated fishing trip, Betty is trying to talk to her girlfriend Kendra, but Kendra...

Parkwood Creative, which operates Parkwood Theatres, has won the contract to run the Wellingborough Castle Theatre, taking its UK portfolio of venues to six. The...

A circus inspired by nuclear physics? It’s hard not to think of the world’s premier political megalomaniacs and their social media sabre-rattling. Fortunately, The...

Back in the 70s, The Liver Birds was ground-breaking TV – a show where the lead characters were two young women who were feisty...
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