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Known for its adaptations of Julia Donaldson’s children’s books, Tall Stories wants everyone to enjoy its shows, whatever their ages. Its co-founders tell Lyn...

As he prepares to open in Manchester Royal Exchange’s revival of Guys and Dolls set in Harlem, Ray Fearon talks to Bridget Minamore about...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of My...

Highly experienced festival director Ruth Mackenzie is jointly taking the helm of Paris’ Theatre du Chatelet. She tells Eleanor Turney how the venue embraces...

As London’s last remaining scene-painting workshop, the at-risk Harkers studio is a vital resource for scenic artists, now predominantly ‘nomadic’ freelances. Designers tell Nick...

The Broadway actor turned director is bringing Barnum to London – but not to a large West End venue. He tells Holly Williams about...

Paul Brown was widely regarded as one of the most imaginative stage designers of the last four decades. He was certainly one of the...

Two decades after Cell Mates unravelled following the disappearance of its lead, Simon Gray’s play is being revived at Hampstead Theatre. Al Senter looks...

Dalston. East London. Christmas 2017. Ralph clocks Mimi and it's love at first sight. As their passionate affair heats up, romance turns to addiction, setting...

Graham Dickson is a performer in Austentatious, the improvised comedy play inspired by Jane Austen, as well as artistic director and co-founder of London...

From humble beginnings, Phillip Rowntree and David Hutchinson’s company is now a global enterprise, with hit shows in China, New York and Bangkok –...

Peter Bogyo is the general manager of award-winning Broadway shows, including Fortune's Fool (with Alan Bates and Frank Langella) and The Trip to Bountiful...
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