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OBITUARIES

After setting up his own practice in 1995, Barry Shaw consolidated his reputation as a leading theatre lawyer and regularly appeared in the top...

As the general manager and then long-serving director of the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in his home town of Guildford, James ‘Jamie’ Barber was a...

In the late 1960s, ballet dancer turned mime Adam Darius was a singular figure in carving out the creative space that led to a...

We pay tribute to some of the entertainment industry's celebrated figures who died in 2017...

A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Terence Beesley established himself as a resourceful actor in regional theatre and a...

David Johnston was a leading figure in a generation of practitioners and theorists who brought theatre in education to the top of the educational...

The degree of fame Scott Fredericks found on British television was slight compared to his standing in his native Ireland where he was regarded...

Widely regarded as one of the most important playwrights working in the Welsh language, Meic Povey became a familiar television face as DC Taff...

As a performer and choreographer, Anna Krzystek was a leading figure in independent dance and performance art in Scotland, co-founding the Glasgow-based, artist-led organisation...

For more than a decade, Keith Chegwin was one of the biggest stars of children’s television, stamping his chirpy and infectiously carefree personality on...

Paul Brown was widely regarded as one of the most imaginative stage designers of the last four decades. He was certainly one of the...

Sheila O’Neill was one of the most accomplished British dancers of recent times, with a reputation for stopping the show in countless West End...
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