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Together with Ray Galton, Alan Simpson helped define the tone of television comedy for 20 years with the hugely popular Hancock’s Half Hour and...

By his own admission, Mathew Horne isn’t a big sleeper. By the time most of have arisen, bleary-eyed, he’s often been awake for several...

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

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

A leading figure in Irish theatre, Barry Cassin’s career spanned seven decades as both an actor and director. As co-founder of Dublin’s 37 Theatre Club...

Founded in 2013, the London-based Spirit Young Performers Company has quickly established itself as an innovative provider of vocational training to young dancers, singers...

Trish Arnold pioneered an innovative approach to the teaching of movement and dance specifically designed for actors that is now widely employed across the...

There's a Harlem rent party happening and you're invited! Celebrating jazz icon Fats Waller’s life and music, New York’s finest are in town and they...

An electrifying new production of Mary Shelley’s gothic tale “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!” Frankenstein, a young scientist, brings a gruesome body...

Video technology has been influencing theatre for decades, but never has it been easier or cheaper to incorporate into productions. Today, video design and projection...

After training in stage management at RADA, Sean Brosnan pursued a career in acting that has lasted more than 50 years and seen him...

"When you’ve got no nation, no government, no place in the world what have you got? Family. You can’t depend on anything else” 1968, East...
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