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Sheridan Smith will star in her own television special on ITV later this year. The performer will headline her own one-off show, called Sheridan, in...

Two acting students have received funding from BAFTA to help with the cost of their training, as part of the academy's annual scholarship programme. Kalungi...

Michael Earley, principal and chief executive of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, has announced his retirement. He will be replaced in the role...

A student from the Central School of Ballet in London has won all three top awards at the Genee International Ballet Competition, becoming the...

A year of international cultural events has been launched in celebration of Swedish film director and writer Ingmar Bergman. This will include a previously announced...

The Lyric Hammersmith theatre in London has announced a partnership with Digital Theatre’s education arm, in a bid to widen access to the process...

The Mail on Sunday’s theatre critic Georgina Brown is to step down after 21 years in the post. She will leave the paper in the...

Industry figures have slammed the “outrageous” comments made by the new BBC Front Row presenting team, who said they found the theatre stressful and...

Production experts set future scene CZECH REPUBLIC/PRAGUE The Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space (PQ) is the largest scenographic event in the world, exploring scenographic...

A leading television producer has said TV is “out of touch with its audiences” because too many programmes are captured through a London lens. Cat...

The historic Golders Green Hippodrome, once home to the BBC Concert Orchestra, has been bought by an Islamic charity that will turn the building...

Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson have been cast in a new tour of Yasmina Reza's comedy, Art. The play, translated by Christopher Hampton,...
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