OPINION

I see a lot of theatre, including work for young audiences. My favourite young audience pieces are always those featuring actor-musicians. This is fortunate,...

Described by the Old Vic as a “mesmeric exploration of power, control, death and life”, Henrik Ibsen’s intricate and mythic play The Master Builder,...

First mooted last year but now officially confirmed, the National Theatre is getting rid of Sunday shows. “The case has not been proven with...

Forty-eight years ago, a composing duo called Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice premiered a short musical called Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Colet Court...

No small theatre in Britain has a larger impact on the theatrical ecology than the tiny Finborough in Earl's Court. This minute room above...

“I have a guy.” I used to hear this phrase a lot, from various people not in the theatre industry, who always seemed to be...

Equity’s push to get fringe theatres to pay actors at least national minimum wage has not been universally popular. The union has been accused of...

For decades now, I have seen dozens of student graduating showcases every year. In future, for various reasons, it looks as if I shall...

Of all the fast-rising directors, the two I'm watching most closely – and whose work I cannot therefore miss – are Michael Longhurst and...

Not a day goes by when theatre etiquette isn’t mentioned in some way – whether it’s an angry audience member tweeting about the nuisance...

It is with a heavy heart I write this column, readers, as Tabard must impart some sad news. Before last week’s copy of The Stage...
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