Mobile apps for The Stage
The Stage Newspaper mobile app
The Stage Newspaper app gives you access to the weekly edition of The Stage for your smartphone or tablet.
You can download the app for free and there is a seven-day free trial.
After the free trial you will need to subscribe to The Stage Digital Edition. You can do this through the app itself or via The Stage by clicking here.
The Stage newspaper app is an exact page-turning version of the weekly printed newspaper. Published every Thursday and delivered automatically to your app, The Stage provides you with the news and insight you need wherever you are.
The Stage Newspaper app includes:
- Exclusive content only available in the weekly edition
- Archive of issues – Not only can you access the most recent edition but read the previous 30 issues of The Stage
- Searchable – instantly find the content you’re interested in
- Multimedia content – Watch video and audio content exclusive to the digital edition
- Save pages to share offline
Click here to subscribe.
The Stage Jobs mobile app (iOS only)
Browse the latest auditions, theatre-related vacancies and opportunities for resting performers with The Stage, the UK’s newspaper for the performing arts and entertainment industries.
The app is downloadable from Apple’s App Store and has an easy-to-use navigation structure which allows you to view all the current vacancies we have on our books with ease.
A real treat for all you performers out there, The Stage Jobs & Auditions is a must have for any actor, singer, dancer, or performer of any sort… if you’re looking for a job in the performing arts then you really should already have it.
— SHOW AND STAY
If you’re an aspiring actor, this app from the UK’s leading theatrical newspaper is for you. All the latest performing arts vacancies are listed here, making it a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest theatrical developments
Lines 2 Memory mobile app
Lines2Memory from The Stage is a comprehensive tool for helping actors commit lines to memory and learn scripts. Learning lines becomes much easier when you can hear your lines being played back to you within the context of the scene. more details…