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Paul Hodson

Paul Hodson’s interest in projects with a factual background has led him to direct The Bombing of the Grand Hotel, a new play about...

Julian Chenery, founder of Shakespeare 4 Kidz, is not your stereotypical theatre impresario. He’s a big, fast-talking, tousled man who exudes no-nonsense business know-how....

Self-reflection is not one of the first words you would immediately associate with Marina Bay. An architectural menagerie of the hyper-modern perched on Singapore’s...

In one of the biggest British independent films for decades, multi-award winning and academy nominated Peter O’Toole is joined by a glittering cast including...
Vince Starr

Although never a headliner, Vince Starr was part of the backbone of the old-time variety theatre. Together with his wife, Rita, he was a...

The first show in the Young Vic’s hotly anticipated new season is Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness! O’Neill’s warmest, most delightful play is a funny and...
Dennis Marks. Photo: BBC

As the BBC’s head of music and general director of English National Opera, Dennis Marks was a passionate and occasionally provocative advocate for the...

Hard on the heels of the Festival Theatre in Chichester and the Stirling Award-winning Everyman in Liverpool, the £80 million refurbishment of the National...

This is a story of youthful impetuosity, passion, chutzpah and, let’s face it, insanity. The setting is the summer of 2005. The juvenile lead...

“It felt like I was writing from the subconscious,” Ross Sutherland explains over black coffee in the Electric Elephant cafe in south London. Our...

Irish actor Owen McDonnell is best known to television audiences for his starring role in RTE Television’s Single-Handed. However, he is returning to theatre...

Bubbly, vibrant and quick to laugh, Juma Sharkah could not be further from the quietly traumatised Marta she portrayed to such great acclaim at...