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As The Crucible opens at the Yard, artistic director Jay Miller tells Rosemary Waugh why this is a new era for the theatre and...

Rising designer Frankie Bradshaw has created deeply atmospheric onstage worlds for shows such as Orca and Sweat. She tells Matt Trueman how a meticulous...

Amelle Berrabah joined the Sugababes in 2005 following the departure of founder member Mutya Buena. As well as chart success with the pop group,...

Richard Burbage was the go-to leading actor for the greatest playwrights of the 17th century. RSC artistic director Gregory Doran assesses the legacy of...

Starring as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady on Broadway, the award-winning actor talks to Howard Sherman about playing her childhood dream role, lampooning...

Born in South Africa, Oti Mabuse enjoyed a stellar career as a Latin American dancer before becoming a regular on the BBC's Strictly Come...

Wan Smolbag Theatre takes its name from ‘one small bag’ in Bislama, the South Pacific nation’s lingua franca. “It stems from our idea in...

The playwright Michael Ross, whose latest work, The Shy Manifesto, recently finished a five-week UK tour, has died of cancer, aged 40. A graduate of...

In April it will be 20 years since Mamma Mia! first opened in the West End and 45 years since Abba won the Eurovision...

The Society of British Theatre Design has chosen some of the UK’s top theatre designers to showcase their work at international design festival the...

A hard-working and widely admired stage and TV actor for more than five decades, Michael Thomas was a fixture at the National Theatre, the...

The performing arts teach children a range of life skills that are increasingly not being taught in schools. One of the key lessons is...
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