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What with the barney over Boris’ bungled brainstorm to get Big Ben’s bells to bong on Brexit day, you’d be forgiven for being sick...

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I was on the point of writing a riposte to Rufus Norris’ ‘reasons to be cheerful’ , when I crossed the page and saw...

“Let’s create”, exhorts Arts Council England’s 10-year strategy, published this week. The title reflects how the funding body’s priorities appear to be changing. Its...

Cards on the table: I don’t speak Norwegian. Or Russian. This isn’t exactly a problem most days of the week but a working knowledge...

Stop pandering to the Establishment, says Nastazja Somers – follow Eastern Europe’s lead and stand against damaging ideologies The uncertain times we live in call...

This Monday, 27 January 2020, was a huge day for cultural policy fans. We enjoyed one of those rare astronomical events: Arts Council England...

One of the joys of working in a smaller producing theatre is the variety. Attempting to marry the inventiveness of creatives with the reality...

The use of video in the theatre seems to be everywhere at the moment. Ubiquitous in the middle scale, its pixels splashed over many...

Following the news that The Phantom of the Opera sequel Love Never Dies is to embark on a UK tour, this week we're asking,...

Many theatregoers will be familiar with Alice Ayres from Patrick Marber’s play Closer. The character who goes by that name in the 1997 work...

The Sugar Syndrome – Orange Tree Theatre, London Following the acclaimed production of Lucy Prebble’s A Very Expensive Poison, Oscar Toeman directs the first major...
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