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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...

US playwright Dominique Morisseau tells Howard Sherman about theatres’ responsibility to reach black audiences, discovering musical theatre workshops and writing the book for the...

The north London home of experimental theatre is celebrating its 25th anniversary in good shape and with a healthy roster of challenging new work,...

Having made her name with standout performances in new work, Ria Zmitrowicz is tackling the classics, appearing in Chekhov’s Three Sisters at the Almeida....

In April 1969, The Stage and Television Today (as we were then known) reported: “Théatre de la Cité opens World Theatre Season".  A “powerful and moving”...

The director known for her interpretations of Shakespeare, Bertolt Brecht, Henrik Ibsen and Benjamin Britten has seamlessly bridged the worlds of theatre and opera...

Recognising that talented writers of new musicals were struggling to find spaces to present their work, composer AJ O’Neill formed Musical Starters to help...

Musical theatre actor Naoimh Morgan has landed her first film role in a screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats. Morgan tells Giverny Masso...
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