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After training in the UK, Mayou Trikerioti returned to her native Greece to work on theatre and film projects before making her permanent base...

As the renowned theatre accountant retires at 80, after nearly six decades working in the industry, he reminisces with Nick Higham about his memories...

John McEnery was an actor fuelled by a complex, combustible inner life that manifested itself with a dark, compelling energy and often fierce intelligence...

Producer Christopher Clegg knew he had a hit on his hands with a drag tribute to Girls Aloud, but trying to secure shows beyond...

In the April 29 edition of The Stage, we reported on former Edinburgh International Festival director John Drummond launching an attack on British theatre...

John Toogood’s first encounter with the stage as the middle legs of a dragon in the Theatre Royal, Lincoln’s 1958 pantomime was an inauspicious...

The desire to be challenged has propelled Giles Terera to an impressive CV of performances and an Olivier award-winning turn in Hamilton. He tells...

In his latest show Idol, Jamal Gerald combines African diasporic ritual, music and storytelling to explore religion and black representation. He tells Giverny Masso...

A playwright and poet who employed the rich, muscular vernacular of his native Scotland to often vivid effect, Donald Campbell, who has died aged...

Natalie James will be performing a solo piece as part of hip-hop cabaret evening WorX at this year’s Breakin’ Convention, which is a festival...

Comedian, gameshow host, actor – Les Dennis has done it all. As he prepares to make his RSC debut in two Restoration plays, he...

Maintaining the National Theatre of Scotland’s ethos as a ‘theatre without walls’ is a complex challenge but, for its technical director, it is also...
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