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International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival had its best year in 2019, but founder and artistic director Brian Merriman tells Nick Awde that reduced funding...

The Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith announced it would reopen in October 1979 after a four-year restoration, costing £3.2 million. We reported: “In spite of receiving...

Tristan Baker and Oliver Royds brought theatre – and a real steam train – to London’s King’s Cross. Now, the Troubadour duo are opening...

The emotional trauma experienced by dancers facing the end of their career can be as profound as any physical change, and building a life...

As resident company manager at London’s Royal Court, Joni Carter offers pastoral care and practical solutions to cast, crew and occasional live animals. She...

While training, Terenia Edwards started feminist theatre group Bernhardt, which would host open mic and scratch nights. Now she has resurrected the group to...

The state-funded Friedrichstadt-Palast holds two huge productions every year with tickets at €20. The team behind its current production, Vivid, tell Francesca Peschier about...

The act of artists eating with audiences has been at the heart of the BE Festival, which has just celebrated its 10th anniversary. Natasha Tripney...

In the late 16th century, Shakespeare lived in the capital. Nick Smurthwaite meets historian Geoff Marsh to find out what his new research reveals...

The acting industry is always changing, with new platforms, productions and performance styles constantly being created. It’s vitally important for acting courses to keep...

Despite coming to acting late in life, making his professional debut at the age of 31, Freddie Jones sustained a rich and varied career...

July 13, 1944: London was suffering aerial bombardment from German V-1 rockets, otherwise known as doodlebugs, 75 years ago this week. The Stage (at...
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