OPINION

Are you on the 'creative team’? It is fair to say that most of you are, whether you know it or not. If you are...

The Edinburgh Fringe is not far away and that’s reflected in the work opening this week. But amid the previews there’s a festival of...

It is impossible to draw conclusions of this nature from a couple of performances, but I've seen the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child...

To call it the theatre event of the year would be an understatement. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth chapter of the...

The Stage columnist and independent producer Richard Jordan recently wrote a column in which he lamented how far the West End lags behind Broadway in...

I’d never felt the need to write something. I’d wanted to write things – and in fact, I had – but I’d never felt...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the biggest opening the West End has ever seen. There are shows that have run longer and been...

Last week, E4 announced it will create a "structured reality" series following West End hopefuls at the Kent-based D&B Academy of Performing Arts. This...

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre continues its 2016 summer season with a revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s classic Jesus Christ Superstar,...

I've just had my eighth summer vacation, as they call them over in the US, in Provincetown, on the farthest point of Cape Cod...

Lucinda Morrison was head of press at the National Theatre from 2000 to 2016. Having first joined the NT as senior press officer, her...

Most of us have a show that we hold dear and can sit through any number of times in different productions. In my case,...
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