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OPINION

A scheme in which audiences can pay for their theatre tickets in installments, has recently been rolled out in the US, where Broadway seats...

“It’s time to bugger off and let someone else have a go,” said David Jubb last Friday announcing his departure from Battersea Arts Centre...

Measuring success in theatre is pretty easy thanks to a box office tally of tickets, reaction from the audience and critics, and trends in...

Earlier this year, I wrote about artistic failure and what can be learned from making a piece of theatre perceived to be a flop,...

The Inheritance – Noel Coward Theatre, London Matthew Lopez’s ambitious and moving seven- hour, two-part update of EM Forster’s Howards End, exploring the legacy of the...

Our associate editor, Broadway critic and resident musical theatre expert Mark Shenton is counting down his favourite 50 songs in the history of musical...

Working in a producing theatre, it is not uncommon to hear a knock on the office door and find someone in full Elizabethan regalia,...

We’ve inherited a wonderful, imposing and expensive resource in the form of our producing theatres. They’re a legacy of a particular means of production:...

In 2014, Florian Zeller was introduced to British theatre. The French playwright’s Moliere Award-winning work The Father arrived in the West End, via Bath...

Last week, global ticketing agency Ticketmaster launched its new FlexPay plan in the US. It will allow customers to buy tickets to hit shows...

Former director of Exeter Northcott Paul Jepson says: don’t underestimate the traditional – gems can be found in the auditorium, as well as the...

It is hard to overestimate the impact the National Theatre’s Travelex scheme has had on UK theatre. Nicholas Hytner ranked it as one of the...
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