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In The Stage this week, we explore the access problems faced by disabled actor and writer Athena Stevens, who calls for a change in...

Placing performers' mental health at the heart of its operation, London's Vault Festival has thrived since its first shows in 2012. With Bec Martin-Williams...

It is hard to imagine a less auspicious start to a career in showbusiness than that of Nicholas Parsons'. Despite showing early signs of thespian...

With her debut play opening at London’s Bush Theatre next month, Temi Wilkey tells Giverny Masso how Fun Home inspired her writing and why...

As artist-in-residence at Milton Keynes this year, Jenny Sealey is shaking things up with a groundbreaking, female-led opera project. She tells Nick Awde how...

As the Theatres Trust publishes its annual Theatres at Risk register, its director tells Nick Smurthwaite about its mission to work with communities –...

The Waitress composer and singer-songwriter, fresh from winning her first Grammy, is taking to the West End stage to star in the hit show...

Preparing for the UK tour of his one-man show First Time, Nathaniel Hall chats to Ruth Comerford about how he hopes to alleviate the...

Riverside Studios’ redevelopment has taken five years to complete, at a cost of £50m, but its new look is finally on show to the...

Following in the footsteps of stars such as Rita Ora and Daniel Kaluuya, students at Sylvia Young Theatre School are taught not only first-class,...

Composer Gerald Barry tells George Hall about discovering music as a child, cutting up Oscar Wilde for The Important of Being Earnest and falling...

Terry Jones was first among equals in the era-defining ensemble that launched Monty Python’s Flying Circus on unsuspecting television viewers used to more sedate,...
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