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OPINION

Football clubs have transfer windows – specific periods throughout the year when they can sign and sell players in and out of their playing...

Unlike going to a museum, where what we see has been curated for us, attending the performing arts is a self-curated experience. We choose,...

Carole Rothman, artistic director of New York's Second Stage, caused a bit of a stir last year. At the launch event ahead of the...

I recently took part in a round-table discussion about London’s theatres. One of the key issues discussed was how the planning system might feed into...

As Bristol Old Vic prepares to unveil a radical refurbishment, its artistic director Tom Morris explains how the theatre is reaching out to diverse...

Sixty years is a long time. It’s the sort of time frame that could do funny things to your mind. Take producer Paul Elliott,...

The headline ‘Record slump in regional theatre audiences’ (June 7, p1) , reporting UK Theatre’s sales data for 2017, was misleading. It is far too...

Tabard hopes next year’s Olivier Awards will introduce a new category: best understudy in a show they weren’t meant to be understudying. Let me...

Almost six decades ago, tensions arose in the district surrounding St Ann’s Well Road in Nottingham between the black and white populations. The resulting...

A couple of years ago, I went on as a last-minute cover in a principal role at the National Theatre. Sitting in the wings...

Recently at Chichester Festival Theatre, we produced a double-bill of plays by the poet-playwright Debbie Tucker Green. The first was the astonishing solo piece...
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