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Travelling to venues around the UK and Ireland, Les Miserables is a touring juggernaut. Production manager tells Andy Plaice about the military precision required...

With his previous work including a show about Elvis Presley and an exploration of serial killer Ted Bundy, Greg Wohead tells Giverny Masso about...

As the epic musical adaptation of Notre Dame de Paris returns to London for the first time in nearly two decades, actors and creatives...

Founded to record the memories of disappearing generations of stage and screen stars, the British Entertainment History Project has created an unrivalled resource of...

When she made her London stage debut in 1970, Carol Channing came trailing glory as a Tony award-winning Broadway veteran of 20 years and...

Currently taking charge of two productions simultaneously, In Lipstick at the Pleasance and Dusty Hughes’ Paradise at the Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, director Alice Hamilton tells...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Pinter Five and Six...

If Bernard Lloyd never achieved the celebrity of some of his peers, it wasn’t for the lack of exposure or ability. A long-standing member...

Barbara Kirby came late to acting, leaving behind a promising career in the Metropolitan Police as an executive officer in internal investigations in New...

Last month, after more than eight years at the Royal Court, Chris Campbell left his job as literary manager to join indie publishers Oberon...

Michael Wild was the nearly man of British musical theatre in a career that saw him produce more than 40 such works. His few...

A popular, instantly recognised face on the streets of his native Dublin, Jer O’Leary was admired as much for his political activism as for...
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