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OPINION

When you want to see a show, how many things do you take into consideration when looking to book a ticket? The cost or...

Following the recent launch of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Theatre, its co-chairs, MPs Tracy Brabin and Giles Watling, explain why the group was...

It was a shock to see The Stage’s front page headline on October 10. My worst fears were quickly confirmed. It seems Drama Centre is...

It’s not been a good week for theatre. Not in terms of what’s on stage, you understand, but rather what’s been happening off it. Tabard...

Last week, English National Opera produced shocking news. It arrived on the back of the previous week’s season openings of two operas based on...

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s decision to end its sponsorship relationship with BP has been widely praised in our sector, but it has prompted a...

Recently, it has become fashionable for producers to require touring stage managers to absorb responsibilities from other departments into their job description. The reason...

Success in theatre rarely comes as swift as it has for Mischief Theatre. Thanks to huge hits The Play That Goes Wrong, The Comedy...

Plans have been unveiled for a mobile childcare service – based in a double-decker bus – which will launch for parents and carers working...

The Panopticon – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh The National Theatre of Scotland brings Jenni Fagan’s novel about a 15-year-old girl in a young offenders institution to...

This column follows on exactly from one I wrote a month ago. When flagging that Act for Change would be holding an event, our...
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