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England’s oldest rep, Frinton Summer Theatre, has entertained local residents and holidaymakers for 80 years, proving a useful training ground for well-known performers. While...

From fringe shows in London to a musical version of King Kong in Australia, Peter Mumford is at home working on productions of any...

In May, Sarah Punshon took over as artistic director at the Dukes in Lancaster. She tells Tim Bano about reaching out to the community...

How do we critique theatre by artists with learning difficulties? Are these performers regarded as less able than those with physical disabilities? Bella Todd investigates...

The UK is hosting a cultural exchange with South Korea over the next 14 months, starting at Edinburgh and set to peak with the...

Villereal has developed a unique experience for performers and visitors alike at its annual festival. Ian Herbert enjoys the difference As the Avignon Festival –...

From the Crystal Maze to live adventure shows, interactive events are gaining popularity. Tom Wicker looks at the theatre companies that are following the...

The Stage has relaunched The Stage App providing news, reviews, job listings, advice and more. The first for performing arts industry news, The Stage is...

As Disco Pigs, starring Harry Potter actor Evanna Lynch, opens at London’s Trafalgar Studios, Giverny Masso joins the opening-night celebrations to talk to its cast...

As the epic Angels in America continues its run at the National, its director – who has helmed some of theatre’s biggest hits, including...

This week’s top theatre jobs and auditions on The Stage Jobs includes technical jobs with Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, events production manager at Birmingham Hippodrome and stage technician...

The Stage newspaper comes out once a week and is brimming with industry news, advice, analysis and reviews from all over the UK. Here...
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