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‘One of the first celebrities of Georgian England’, Edmund Kean transformed classical performing. Now, actor and Shakespearean scholar Ian Hughes is resurrecting his hero...

Having worked her way up through national and regional directors’ schemes, Rebecca Frecknall is about to open her second production of Tennessee Williams’ seldom-performed...

This week’s top theatre jobs and auditions on The Stage Jobs include auditions for dancers and aerialists at Tokyo Disney, scenic artist at Royal Shakespeare Company,...

Actor-turned-agent Derek Keller – affectionately known as ‘Bo’ – was a mainstay of Brighton’s theatre scene, where the offices of his agency was based...

John Blackmore had something of the Midas touch about him, rescuing several leading regional theatres from the brink of closure and restoring them to...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of Still Alice at West Yorkshire...

Kenneth Haigh was the original ‘angry young man’. As the recalcitrant Jimmy Porter in John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger at the Royal Court...

With an emphasis on outreach and education, Lagnet Theatre has been staging works to inform and unite its Kenyan community for almost 20 years,...

A fortnight before former contributor to The Stage John G Temple became Coronation Street’s 21st producer in March 1985, the BBC launched its own...

How far would you go to get what you want? The 'all-female' camp killer cult classic finally makes its way to London following its critical...

Ben Rapp from Managed Networks, in association with Securys, continues his series of articles on how to comply with new data protection laws starting...

Violet ‘Vi’ Marriott had a remarkable career in the theatre, working alongside Laurence Olivier at the Old Vic and with Frank Dunlop at the...
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