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Known for its adaptations of Julia Donaldson’s children’s books, Tall Stories wants everyone to enjoy its shows, whatever their ages. Its co-founders tell Lyn...

Yes, this year has brought the West End the stage version of Bat Out of Hell and 2018 already promises us Tina: The Tina...

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What to make of this? Julia Jarcho’s Obie award-winning 2013 three-hander  here making its UK premiere in a lightly immersive staging created by Chloe...

Glasgow’s annual panto at the King’s has been but sleeping over the last eight years, while Elaine C. Smith was away playing her heroic...

For all its tricks, the most enchanting sequence in this seasonal show from Paper Balloon involves simple hand puppetry with coats and scarfs provided by...

Salisbury Playhouse has created a dream panto team in writer Andrew Pollard, director Ryan McBryde and Richard Ede as Dame for this year's Jack...

Sexual harassment allegations within the theatre sector have prompted the producer of the UK’s biggest pantomimes to remove a longstanding routine from its 30-plus...

Mufaro Makubika’s Shebeen has won the 2017 Alfred Fagon Award for the best new play by a black British playwright. The play, which is centred...

Recipients of a fellowship scheme to diversify theatre leadership in the UK have been announced. Daniel Kok, Jessica Draper and Nicholai La Barrie will spend...

The family of Tom Berkeley, co-founder of Guildford-based Split Second Productions, have lived in the fortress-like Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire since the 12th century....

Alan McHugh returns to His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen for his 13th year as writer and dame of this most northerly of Qdos pantomimes.  McHugh...

We now gladly embrace colour-blind casting in theatre, which means that anyone can play any role – it's all acting, after all. One of...

Known for its adaptations of Julia Donaldson’s children’s books, Tall Stories wants everyone to enjoy its shows, whatever their ages. Its co-founders tell Lyn...

Following residencies at iconic queer venues like the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, young drag king collective Pecs arrive with a bang at Soho Theatre. The danger...
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