OPINION

Over the past few weeks I have visited two theatres in 'found' spaces in London: the Print Room in its new home in Notting...

During the curtain calls, I watched, as I so often do, while ushers made a valiant effort to stop theatregoers from taking pictures. So imagine...

For most people, the letters OCD stand for obsessive compulsive disorder. Constant cleaning, a tidy desk, cushions in a particular order on the sofa... These...

Theatre Royal Bath and the adjoining Ustinov Studio are on a serious roll. With the arrival of the musical Mrs Henderson Presents at the...

Reading’s heavy-handed approach to enforcing council tax and plans in Edinburgh to introduce a visitor levy are both symptoms of the same root cause: the...

Tour booking can be a pretty thankless task, especially for emerging companies. When the company is Spanish, it becomes more of a struggle, as...

Careers advisers don’t generally know much about the performing arts. Their lack of knowledge often sells students short. I’ve said it many times and...

What a week ahead: a new production by Robert Icke, British theatre's most promising new arrival in years, and the London premiere of the...

I’m loath to start my first column of 2016 on a downer, but I’ve been in a bad way since January 10, or The...

Theatre audiences: we might not all have to wear corsets and heavy, overburdening clothing anymore but blimey, we do still love a good faint. Tabard’s...

Pupils deserve broad curriculum For a government that prides itself on encouraging intellectual rigour, you’d expect some demonstration of this skill, but you’d be disappointed....
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