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Credited with introducing several operas to this country, the annual festival returns with a UK stage premiere of Massenet’s Le Cid as well as...

After three years in post as artistic director of Leicester’s Curve, Nikolai Foster is in the curious position of having delivered bigger audiences and...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of Red at Wyndham's Theatre,...

From Taylor Mac to LED pigeons, LIFT’s guest director David Binder speaks to Nick Awde about how his cross-Atlantic experiences have helped him bring...

A wonderfully moving, funny and intimate play focusing on the struggle to come to terms with illness, mortality and the stigma associated with AIDS. Sponsored...

Sam Newton’s first role out of drama school was playing Christopher in the UK and world tour of The Curious Incident of the Dog...

The producer who brought a season of Russian plays to Theatre Royal Haymarket is back with Tartuffe. He tells Nick Smurthwaite about building cultural...

In a generation of Irish playwrights who achieved international recognition by chronicling a country in rapid, often convulsive, transition from centuries-old entrenchment to a...

Now in its fifth outing, the International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference features ‘rock star’ names and will tackle a range of issues in...

Inspired by Chita Rivera and advised by Bill Kenwright to stop ‘wasting her time’ in Australia, Caroline O’Connor became a musical star in the...

As Alex Hunter in FIFA 18, the Nigerian-born actor is a familiar face to millions of gamers, but his career has also encompassed high-profile...

Currently working on a new production of The Phantom of the Opera in Oslo. Andrew Riley tells Giverny Masso about his design process and...
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