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An electrifying new production of Mary Shelley’s gothic tale “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!” Frankenstein, a young scientist, brings a gruesome body...

Video technology has been influencing theatre for decades, but never has it been easier or cheaper to incorporate into productions. Today, video design and projection...

After training in stage management at RADA, Sean Brosnan pursued a career in acting that has lasted more than 50 years and seen him...

"When you’ve got no nation, no government, no place in the world what have you got? Family. You can’t depend on anything else” 1968, East...

As Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s The Girls opens in the West End, Matthew Hemley met with its cast and creators to find out...

Few actors were as consistently intelligent and engagingly relaxed on stage and screen as Alec McCowen. They were qualities that shone through a career...

London’s theatre lovers, amateur and professional, are soon to lose the iconic French’s Theatre Bookshop, off London’s Tottenham Court Road, which is closing down...

It seemed like a good idea at the time. A people’s palace of entertainments needed a properly designated theatre where opera, ballet, drama and...

When Count Arthur Strong first toddled on stage to give his portrayal of Cinderella’s dad in the London Palladium pantomime last Christmas, it was...

The people we meet early on in our lives often remain close to us, both personally and professionally. It says a lot about the...

While at a show one night in Copenhagen, director Henrik Grimback found himself considering how tackling a trilogy of plays rather than a single...

In what was for many not the greatest of years, a notable high point of 2016 for me was Arts Council England’s renewed commissioning...
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