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The British Library owns more than 240,000 posters and playbills, in some cases more than 300 years old, but to be protected, they need...

Flying Elephant Productions presents Picasso’s Women Written by Brian McAvera, directed by Marcia Carr Following a critically acclaimed, sell out run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the re-imaged...

The arts sector needs to own up to a pretty fundamental failing, according to veteran arts administrator Anita Clark. “The people who are most...

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

Nearly 50 years after her West End debut, Bonnie Langford is returning to Drury Lane to star in 42nd Street. The versatile performer, familiar...

As the Royal Opera House prepares to let the public into its redeveloped spaces, chief executive Alex Beard tells George Hall why he is...

From award-winning composer Scott Alan, comes a song cycle of his most acclaimed works, told through some of the greatest generational voices of the...

If Stephen Jeffreys’ relationship with the West End was never quite what he deserved, fringe companies and regional venues were quick to recognise the...

After receiving acclaim for her debut play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl in 2016, Ambreen Razia has been commissioned to write a BBC3...

Birds of a Feather co-creator Laurence Marks owes his career to a writers’ group that continues to provide a supportive space to try out...

Half a century on from the end of official British theatre censorship, Nick Smurthwaite looks at writers and critics who campaigned for freedom of...

Mozart’s Don Giovanni, a full staging of Shakespeare’s Henry V, plus a carnival of fringe events – the Florentine festival with opera at its...
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