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Amdram has a colourful history on the British stage, from ‘little theatres’ in the early 1900s to today’s programmes at the National and RSC....

With the musical Hairspray preparing to open at the London Coliseum, cast members assembled last week to offer industry folk a sneak peek of...

In the 18 years since Combined Theatrical Charities, known as Acting for Others, revital­ised its fundraising activities by persuading almost every theatre in London...

Richard Griffiths and Patti LuPone: theatre is no stranger to actors taking poor audience behaviour into their own hands. Griffiths famously stopped a performance of...

I once interviewed the legendary Elaine Stritch at London’s Savoy Hotel where, in some splendour, she had previously lived for 13 years. Knocking back...

There is a necessary evil that exists in the world of stage management. Short-term contracts and a burgeoning obsession with job website Mandy’s daily...

As I reach the end of my first year as executive director of the Donmar, I’ve been reflecting on an exciting first 12 months...

British theatre is no stranger to staging tales of journalism, from unpicking the lives of reporters who work in the salacious, satirical world of...

Arts Council England has warned that national portfolio organisations could put their future funding in jeopardy if they do not meet "stretching targets" for...

“Producers are like unicorns. They are magic and they have the answers,” was one of the more colourful declarations at the ever-invigorating Devoted and...

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol David Mercatali – a director who’s something of an expert in intensity – helms a...
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