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Saved from the hands of developers and transformed into a thriving performing arts space, the Omnibus Theatre boasts a glorious shabby-chic interior that tells...

The Olivier winner has become the National Theatre’s go-to designer, creating the world of some of its most groundbreaking productions in the last 25...

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

Born in British Guiana (now Guyana), Thomas Baptiste came to London in 1950 to study agriculture but instead became a leading figure in post-war...

The American Academy of Dramatic Arts is one of the world’s leading drama schools, with alumni including an array of Hollywood and stage stars....

Spirit Young Performers’ London-based programme is looking for 25 talented young people to take part in the development of a new musical with a...

Syed Haleem Najibi has shared his experiences of his journey from Afghanistan to the UK as an unaccompanied minor in productions with Phosphoros Theatre,...

Graeae’s Ensemble programme has already helped 14 young people prepare for a career in theatre. Now, The Stage is supporting Graeae’s fundraising efforts to...

From The Cherry Orchard with no trees to a Russian-language Shakespeare in Love, Pushkin Drama Theatre artistic director Evgeny Pisarev tells Natasha Tripney how...

One job is not enough for Gillian Greer, who runs between her roles as senior script reader at the National Theatre and head of...

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...
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