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Designer Terry Parsons is back where it all began, at Belgrade Theatre, five decades after getting his first job there. He tells Tim Bano...

The Palladium staged its first pantomime in 1914 and developed a tradition that brought the biggest stars to its stage. Nick Smurthwaite charts panto’s...

John Bluthal was known to successive generations of television viewers from the 1960s onwards for his appearances in Never Mind the Quality, Feel the...

Brian Kirk’s first theatre job, as a novice flyman at London’s Palace Theatre in 1968 working on David Heneker’s Stanley Baxter-starring musical Phil the...

With an MBE for services to drama and an Olivier award under his belt for musical theatre, Clive Rowe continues to don a dress...

Performing in her first pantomime this Christmas in Dick Whittington at Theatr Clwyd in Wales, Alice McKenna tells Giverny Masso what it’s like to...

With high-end production values and thousands of shows a year, cruise-ship entertainment offers opportunities to performers and crew across all fields – and that’s...

Making her professional acting debut in Theatre Royal Stratford East’s Sleeping Beauty, Ericka Posadas tells Giverny Masso why, as a female Asian performer, she...

Having delighted audiences at York Theatre Royal for four decades, the veteran dame tells Nick Smurthwaite about getting into the business, overcoming illness and...

Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf was only the second play by a black woman to be...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include Jenna Coleman at National Youth Theatre's Victoria's Knickers, Cinderella...

Few figures championed regional theatre in Britain in the second half of the last half century so steadfastly or successfully as John Harrison, who...
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