Editor's picks

Maxine Peake has claimed women are better at running theatres than men because they are more adept at multitasking and often have smaller egos....

Described by the Old Vic as a “mesmeric exploration of power, control, death and life”, Henrik Ibsen’s intricate and mythic play The Master Builder,...

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Charles Dickens’ The Signal-Man is a difficult story to adapt for stage – it’s a tense, unsettling piece that relies on atmosphere to unnerve...

Cameron Mackintosh is backing a new annual award to support musical theatre writing in the UK, which has been launched by Betty Blue Eyes...

Pressure is mounting on Cardiff council to reverse planned cuts to its arts budget, after more than 700 people marched through the city in...

An exhibition celebrating West End and Broadway theatre opens at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London this week. Launching on February 9, the free...

Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust has launched a campaign that seeks to empower and nurture emerging theatremakers. Masterclass Trust is the charitable arm of the...

It's been a long time since the set at Salisbury Playhouse elicited a round of applause at curtain rise, but Morgan Large's timber-framed Connecticut...

I am currently in my second year of studying English and drama. I am enjoying my studies, and it looks like I will end...

Redroofs is once again offering free and half-price places as part of The Stage Scholarships scheme.
Lisa Martland meets last year’s winner, and finds out...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details... Albert Parker is 58...

Covering roughly the same moral and emotional ground as M6’s earlier show One Little Word, this imaginative two-hander begins with siblings playing in a...

Pursuing a modern concept of producing Shakespeare’s plays, artistic director and actor Scott Ellis founded Merely Theatre, which stages gender-blind productions. He tells David...

When Cliff Burnett’s super-suave professor Robert Lyon informs an art appreciation class of untutored coal miners from Ashington that all good art should ‘bring...
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