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Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf was only the second play by a black woman to be...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include Jenna Coleman at National Youth Theatre's Victoria's Knickers, Cinderella...

Few figures championed regional theatre in Britain in the second half of the last half century so steadfastly or successfully as John Harrison, who...

The unique comedy genius of Jo Brand is explored as she discusses life, humour and her comedy influences. Drawing from her background as a nurse,...

Despite opening less than a decade ago and having a capacity of only 80 seats, the New Diorama Theatre in central London has had...

Jessica Latowicki is co-artistic director of contemporary theatre company Made in China with her partner Tim Cowbury. She tells Giverny Masso about the company’s...

The magician wowed TV audiences with spectacular feats then took to arena tours, before Crohn’s disease laid him low. Now he’s back, but with...

One of Broadway’s leading men, with a CV ranging from Shakespeare to The Lion King, Patrick Page is making his UK stage debut at...

After starting out as a performer, Imitating the Dog’s Simon Wainwright has moved to a career in video design. He tells Fergus Morgan about...

Rafaella Marcus is directing what is billed as the first professional UK production of Irwin Shaw’s Bury the Dead in 80 years. She talks...

For its current shows, the West Village’s Rattlestick Playwrights Theater has radically redesigned its auditorium and ditched half the seats. Its artistic director Daniella...

Legendary drag performance artist Lavinia Co-op is very busy at the moment. Scheduling an interview, we had to work around no less than three...
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