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Having found his role in The Stage, technical manager Jason Wescombe has overseen 100 Almeida productions and is now working on Machinal. He tells...

This month, Shakespeare Schools Foundation was gifted a Praemium Imperiale grant to boost its work with marginalised groups. Nick Smurthwaite looks at how it...

Later this month Joking Apart, Ayckbourn’s 21st play, returns to the Stephen Joseph Theatre – 40 years after its premiere there. In September his...

A popular comedian turned writer and producer, Hugh Clifford Stuckey made history as the first comedy writer hired by Australian television, for Sydney Tonight,...

Launched by Peter Ridgeway and Leonard Sachs, the Players’ Theatre unabashedly championed music hall and live variety performances at its Villiers Street venue in...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of The Lieutenant of Inishmore at...

A longstanding contributor to The Stage of news and comment from Scotland’s theatre, light entertainment and television scene for more than 50 years, Gordon...

Now in its 72nd year, the Festival d’Avignon may be just over the water, but it has few British audiences and even fewer UK...

Meet Bruce Blakemore, a struggling young Geordie tech-head and the unlikeliest international criminal mastermind. Soon Bruce and his Nan will find themselves sucked into...

Taking over a theatre building for the first time can come as a shock for artistic directors and they soon learn that being creative...

LA. Present day. French media tycoon Orgon has fallen under the seductive spell of Tartuffe, a radical American evangelist. So comprehensively has Tartuffe hoodwinked...

Jeremy Wright spoke of being “very excited” this morning after his appointment as secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport. Succeeding Matt...
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