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West End theatres have recently trialled fitting their front-of-house staff with body cameras to combat incidences of aggressive behaviour from audience members. The camera’s...

If you thought you had to pay top prices to hear opera, think again. Tabard has come across a way to hear arias being...

As with many aspects of British cultural life, the influence of America looms large in commercial theatre. The apparent split in opinion over whether...

After nearly 43 years I am leaving the Queen’s Theatre. I would like to say it’s been an absolute pleasure and very humbling to meet...

Regrets, as Frank Sinatra was given to singing, I’ve had a few, but then again is missing the musical Time among them? For those...

This was the genesis. More than 50 years ago, in March 1968, the first public performance of a musical work by Andrew Lloyd Webber...

The Stage’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe review team pick the shows they are most looking forward to see when the world’s largest arts festival opens...

Looking over my columns in the past year it’s hard to miss the pattern: low pay, no pay, opportunities not advertised, long hours, burnout,...

At the weekend, the original production of Les Misérables bid farewell to the West End. Later this year, a new version will reopen the...

Last month, I was involved in The Art of Self Care, a day of workshops, panel talks and provocations at London’s Roundhouse. “This is...

Equus – Trafalgar Studios, London First seen at Theatre Royal Stratford East earlier this year, Ned Bennett’s acclaimed production of Peter Shaffer’s unsettling play makes...
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