OPINION

A very talented young actor I have had the pleasure to mentor in his post-drama-school career is heading off on an eight-month contract to...

What’s in a theatre name? The Bridge (to open this year near Tower Bridge) is sweet and short. Shakespeare North to be built in Knowlsey,...

I do not typically find myself watching a show in a Broadway theatre at 2pm on a Tuesday, but I dare say that a...

I often say that my theatregoing habit would be unsustainable if I had to pay for every single ticket I got. But I'm also...

Earlier this month, London’s new Bridge Theatre announced its opening season for October 2017, including especially commissioned work from leading contemporary playwrights and a...

“Why are you running a circus special?” someone who works in theatre asked me the other day. I didn’t have an immediate answer. It seemed...

It has been an eventful six months. So much so I can’t quite believe it has actually been six months. But as I type, my...

No theatre company cancels a performance with anything other than a heavy heart. But when Belarus Free Theatre cancelled a Saturday evening show at the...

It is not a critic's job to inflict pain on theatremakers and actors who fall short of our standards of theatrical excellence. The box...

Barely a month after the theatrical earthquake of Roman Tragedies, Ivo van Hove returns to the Barbican with Obsession, an adaptation of the 1943 Luchino Visconti...

Tabard would like to raise awareness of a heart-rending new charitable appeal that puts personal hardships into perspective. The Royal Opera House has launched a...

Sometimes going to the theatre is a pleasure and at other times it’s total torture. But at least most of us get to decide...
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