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  • New in 2012, Robert Carsen’s staging generally comes up a treat in this carefully rehearsed first revival under Christophe Gayral. Most of
  • Plays about theatre making and theatrical personalities may veer towards narcissistic naval gazing. But Austin Pendleton, an American actor and director turned
  • Since The World Goes Round is really a seamlessly constructed cabaret revue collection of songs written by the Broadway team of John
  • The wittiest thing in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change is the title; and though it’s long-winded, the show isn’t. In
  • Twenty-eight years and 500,000 tickets after The Dukes in Lancaster introduced a summer promenade (now called “outdoor walkabout”) production to its programming
  • Fiona Shaw’s examination of Britten’s first chamber opera, first produced for the Glyndebourne Tour in 2013, returns to the Sussex stage nearly