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Antic Disposition’s directors, John Risebero and Ben Horslen, got their taste for south-west France in 2001, when the amateurs of the Hampstead Players decided...

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

Two brothers, Earl and Ray, travel to Bernalillo New Mexico upon the mysterious death of their estranged father, Henry. Over a bottle of bourbon...

One of the most luminous stars of the silent era, Louise Brooks has been all but erased from cinema history. Only a handful of...

So gobsmacking is the magic of War Horse and The Lion King that the time, effort and expertise that goes into making and maintaining...

Traditionally, August has been quiet for the West End, at least in terms of domestic audiences. But that has changed in the past 18...

Michael Grandage has, for as long as I’ve known him, been something of a life force: not content with running one theatre (the Sheffield...

Pip Utton is an amenable, genial actor. A small man, well into his sixties, he has a big smile which lights up when we meet...

Michael Stroud’s first experience of performing was in the exotic location of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, where he had been posted with the...

Eighty new musicals will have their West End premiere this Autumn, each created on the spot by the incredible, multi award-winning musical comedians The...

Lambasted by pundits but loved by the public, On the Buses was one of the most successful television sitcoms of the 1970s, spawning seven...

Welcome to 1930s depression-era America. The strains of jazz, swing and stride spill from every bar and fill the airwaves of Chicago. It’s 1936...
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