OPINION

It's not as though he ever said goodbye. But it’s hard not to look at his re-emergence in the US as something of a renaissance. Others...

At the recent BAFTA awards, actors and film-makers from Britain and across the world were celebrated for their outstanding work. But behind the glitz...

Jukebox musicals – shows created out of the existing back catalogue of pop groups and performers – have been with us for a long...

Gary Barlow is taking over the world, one step at a time. He's already dominated the small screen as a judge on BBC One's hunt for...

A couple of days ago I read about the all-female production of Posh. I concluded it was something I would probably really like to...

A year from now, circus folk worldwide will be celebrating the 250th anniversary of the invention of their art form in London by trick...

Not too long ago, it was fairly standard practice for councils to fund – and often run – their local receiving theatres. Some authorities...

I have of late – but wherefore I know not – lost all my critical faculties. Well, not all of them. It’s all just...

Last week, a new (well, rebranded) Off-West End theatre opened. Heralding itself as 'London's home for the musical', the Other Palace is the new...

One of the things I love about theatre is that it isn’t a solitary activity. It can only happen when a group of people...

Last week the news that Samuel French is shutting down its public retail shop hit the front page of The Stage. When I tweeted...

West End Producer says: “Don’t lie about your credits” (‘What are the cardinal sins of auditioning?’, January 26). But if you weren’t an accredited...
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