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Peter Zander was a seemingly inexhaustible figure who worked in theatre, opera, music, television and film as a stage manager, and as an actor,...

Before becoming the resident dance supervisor for Disney’s West End production of The Lion King in 2001, Thea Barnes enjoyed a stellar professional dance...

One of the standout actors in the all-female Shakespeare trilogy at the Donmar Warehouse, Jade Anouka’s star has continued to rise. She tells Bridget...

Norwegian Alan Lucien Oyen was understandably nervous about devising a new piece with the late, iconic choreographer’s dance company. Nick Awde learns how the...

Best known in the UK for television series such as American Horror Story, actor Denis O’Hare has always had a passion for theatre. Now...

He started out creating fireballs, now he’s designed a moving ice-cream van for Mother Courage. Royal Exchange props expert Andy Bubble tells Chris Bartlett...

With two shows at Vault Festival in London this year, writer Madeline Gould tells Giverny Masso about her passion for rural touring and creating...

The events of September 11, 2001 shook the world, but had a particular effect on husband and wife Irene Sankoff and David Hein. Not...

David Ponting presented his one-man show Dylan Thomas, the Man and the Myth, more than 700 times on both sides of the Atlantic. Backed by...

The multi-award winning play about a blockbuster film set in Ireland enraptured audiences when it premiered in 1996, and now it’s back on tour....

Lyn Gardner talks to Writing Squad director Steve Dearden and finds out about how the company has helped writers Nick Payne and Chris Bush...

We reported on a dispute between critics and theatre managements over starting times: “The row over when the public can read about the latest shows,...
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