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OPINION

Dear Anthony, In the summer of 2015 I became involved in what would turn out to be your most infamous project yet. My agent at...

There are times when I really wish I could have access to a Tardis, and have it take me back to an earlier Broadway...

Despite the difference in scale between theatre and movies, those of us connected to the stage can occasionally be forgiven for feeling a little...

Let’s face it, summer’s over. We’ve become accustomed to a scorching fortnight in June, a mild July, a wet August, then, if we’re lucky,...

There's nothing new to artists being defensive about critics. But polymath writer Anthony Horowitz, who has written novels, TV series and plays, has taken...

It has been fascinating to look at some of the issues raised by Labour’s Acting Up inquiry through the prism of my own experience...

August 24 will be a sad day for GCSE drama. The final cohort of students will receive their award as an A*-G grade. Next...

When the 2017 Edinburgh International Festival programme was launched, several of my colleagues raised an eyebrow that a new two-part play called The Divide by Alan Ayckbourn was premiering...

It’s deja vu all over again, as Yogi Berra once said. While there is no shortage of extraordinary anecdotes about Bill Murray – not...

The King’s Head is surely the most illustrious pub theatre, but is it the first since Shakespearean times (‘First pub theatre to quit historic...

Theatrical doyenne Thelma Holt kept an audience at Shakespeare’s Globe rapt this week, regaling stories of her many years as an actor and latterly...

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