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In a turbulent half-century, Belfast’s Lyric Theatre has survived bombings, irate resignations and a costly rebuild. Michael Quinn looks at how the venue has...

For Emma Rice, the title of Angela Carter’s novel was the perfect expression of where she was post-Shakespeare’s Globe. She and the executive team...

Cicely Berry's influence on the speaking of text, on the physicality of actors' vocal performances and the central importance of a body-and-mind approach to...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the UK Theatre Awards, the launch of Hope...

Together with his writing partner Alan Simpson, Ray Galton was a titan of radio and television comedy with the era-defining Hancock’s Half Hour and...

Having started out in Birmingham Rep’s press office, Chris Harper moved from the National to set up a production company with director Marianne Elliott....

When she moved to Scotland in 2005, the Brisbane-born dancer and choreographer Janis Claxton brought with her a formidable can-do attitude that owed something...

Specialising in musical theatre, Emil Dale Academy in Hertfordshire has the state-of-the-art facilities, contact hours and high-quality teaching needed to help students become triple...

Nigella Lawson established herself as a household name in 1998 with the publication of her ground-breaking debut cookbook, How to Eat: The Pleasures and Principles...

Now in its 10th year, READ College offers acting and musical theatre courses for sixth formers and over-18s, providing flexible, focused training with proven...

Looking for a faster way to prepare for a theatre career without losing out on quality? The MTA may well have the solution. Reaching...

With an ambition to develop entrepreneurial performers who shape their own careers, the Brighton-based BRICTT drama school has rapidly developed a reputation for well-equipped,...
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