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Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy in Skylight at the National Theatre. Photo: John Haynes

Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy opening in Skylight London tourists visiting New York could be forgiven if they feel a bit of deja vu walking...
Anthony Sher and Alex Hassell in rehearsal for Death of a Salesman. Photo: Ellie Kurttz

Two of the greatest dramatic and musical achievements of the last century on Broadway receive major revivals this week, headlining a period that's also...

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It was hard to imagine that Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts could be any more generous than last year, when the then first-time...

Joanna Read works in a room with a view. Looking westwards, towards Hammersmith from the LAMDA principal’s office is a huge building site. She...

At the end of the third week of rehearsals for the Arthur Miller centenary production of Death of a Salesman for the Royal Shakespeare...

August Strindberg’s Creditors is the latest in a line of contemporary adaptations of classics that director Ross Drury has worked on. Following stints as...

Emerging. It sounds like a slow, gradual process, doesn’t it? Tentative. Bit by bit. Step by step. Robert Hastie makes it look like a time-lapse...

I joined Candoco as a dancer in 1998. We were a small scale touring company then, so we toured to many smaller venues around the...

I recently used one of my online columns for The Stage to raise some serious concerns about the drama school audition process. It is...
Ayr Gaiety Theatre awarded £500,000 loan from Social Growth Fund

Ayr’s Gaiety Theatre has taken a step toward a major refurbishment, due to start in February 2016, with a £500,000 loan from the Social...
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May 2015 will see the return of the Brighton Fringe, one of the largest arts festival in England, and this year The Stage will be providing...
John Byrne. Photo: Catherine Usher

YOUR PROBLEM I’m not sure I’m going to get a whole lot of sympathy for this question, but here goes anyhow. A few years ago I had the pleasure...
The Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond, North Yorkshire has won £286,000 Heritage Lottery Funding

A historic 18th century theatre in North Yorkshire is to expand its exhibition and learning spaces after receiving £286,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Richmond’s...
West End Producer. Photo: Matt Crockett

@froggyfield – Does no training equal no agent? Is it even possible to learn on the job? Yes, indeed it is possible to learn...