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OPINION

Those bemoaning the absence of musical theatre songs from the pop charts haven’t been paying close attention. A New York Times article this week,...

I have been thinking a lot about distances since recently visiting the Performing Arts Network of New Zealand (Pannz) conference and the arts market...

After losing some of his closest friends to crime, Martin Askew used creative writing as a way to overcome the trauma. He tells The...

Your news story (‘Backstage staff are pushed to breaking point’) focuses on lighting programmers. However, throughout the industry there is a workforce (no matter...

There have been some unlikely topics of inspirations for musicals over the years. These include Mormonism, media personality Katie Hopkins, talk-show host Jerry Springer, a...

There are plenty of battles still to be won in Britain by the LGBT+ community and its allies. Recent homophobic protests outside Parkfield Community...

It is hard to see a route to a happy resolution in the case of Seyi Omooba, the young actor at the centre of...

While studying theatre design in 2011, I desperately learned everything I could to one day get my work on the National Theatre’s Olivier stage....

At the recent WhatsOnStage Awards, where Nottingham Playhouse was fortunate enough to pick up awards for The Madness of George III, Adrian Scarborough and...

Last week, Southwark Council announced it was launching a scheme to enable every primary school child in the London borough to see one theatre...

The Taming of the Shrew – Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon In the second production this month to gender-flip this most problematic of Shakespeare’s ‘problem’ plays, incoming...
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