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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...

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

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It's a case of from one extreme to the other at Sheffield Theatres at the moment – following Daniel Evans' magnificent, all-singing, all-dancing revival...

Northern Broadsides’ seventh New Vic co-production celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death by transporting this jovial revenge romp from a southern softy setting...

We've seen circus in a Big Top, in a Spiegeltent, even in the Royal Albert Hall. Now this new touring show, founded by Zippo's...

In the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, it's refreshing to see a show that resists the pull of Stratford or London's South Bank –...

Alan Ayckbourn's How the Other Half Loves will be revived for a West End run later this year. The comedy, which first played in...

The Finborough's ongoing Celebrating British Music Theatre season has unearthed a show that's a pile of cartoon strip cliches, but is paradoxically utterly charming...

Stef O’Driscoll has been named artistic director of touring theatre company Nabokov, with plans to place greater focus on site-specific new work. She has replaced...

Studiocanal are delighted to announce the Home Entertainment release of Justin Kurzel’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Macbeth. Macbeth is the story of a fearless warrior and...

When a poppy installation took over the Tower of London in 2014, people flocked to see it. Now, its designer Tom Piper tells Nick Smurthwaite...

The Bussey Building, saved from demolition by Peckham residents and now protected as an arts centre, is a genuine community space in which local...

A new performing arts venue is to be founded in Woolwich after the local council signed a deal with theatre, music and dance company...

A group representing eight of Edinburgh’s leading publicly subsidised cultural venues has added its support to the idea of a city visitor tax. The support...
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