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Violence, at the beginning of American writer Christopher Shinn’s play, is implicit. A police tent covers a body, the vestige of some violent act....

Michelle Terry has revealed she will not direct any productions when she takes over the artistic directorship of Shakespeare's Globe. Speaking for the first time...

The number of students taking performing and expressive arts subjects at A level has dropped more than 10% this year, as a leading education...

Looking for a last-minute university place? Whether you didn’t get the results you were hoping for or have decided late in the day that...

The pair behind Underbelly have become experts at pop-up venues, expanding to run Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations and festivals on London’s South Bank. Holly Williams...

Emma Rice's new company Wise Children has published details of its bid for Arts Council England support, after claims the decision disregarded funding rules. The...

A tour of Bring It On the Musical from the same producer as the recently collapsed Wonderland tour has been postponed. Bring It On, which...

As the Edinburgh Festival Fringe hits its halfway point – and with more than 130 shows already reviewed – we asked our team of...

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group has announced a new partnership with one of China's largest live entertainment groups to develop the country's musical...

BBC2 will broadcast Robert Icke’s production of Hamlet, which is currently playing at the Harold Pinter Theatre in the West End. The production features Andrew...

As Barbara Cook lay unconscious in her Manhattan apartment last week, a succession of Broadway stalwarts came to pay tribute at her bedside before...
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