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After founding the Union Theatre 20 years ago, the director juggles work on the London fringe with commercial tours. She tells Mark Shenton about the...

As a London revival of the seminal musical opens, Al Senter looks back at the lasting impact its explosion of youth and vitality made...

Hoping to build on the success of its first season, the spectacular, stadium-sized live-action show in County Durham returns with an epic tale of...

At the Spring Forward festival, emerging dance writers are offered support and mentoring to review the programme. Nick Awde finds out how the help...

Far from being the ‘icing on the cake’, National Lottery money is a vital source of revenue for theatre companies. But which areas receive...

Contemporary reboots of the great works of world theatre aim to ‘reclaim them for our time’. But is something being lost along the way? There is...

Six years after directing his first play, Robert Hastie has already come full circle as he takes the reins as artistic director at the...

This week’s top theatre vacancies on The Stage Jobs includes auditions for Hamilton in the West End, head of lighting and A/V at Glyndebourne and stage manager...

As artistic director of Kneehigh in the decade to 2005 and founder in the same year of the Redruth, Cornwall-based WildWorks, Bill Mitchell pioneered...

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 of...

My mother Polly Taylor was an actor who enjoyed spells with London’s Royal Court Theatre, the National Theatre, regional reps, television and in the...

The cult hit rock musical is back... Join the charismatic Quentin Dentin on his mission to make humanity happy. Witness Mr Dentin demonstrate his musical...
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