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As artistic director of Strictly Arts, a Midlands-based devised theatre company, I’ve made friends in senior positions in London theatres.  They've been really helpful...

It was, quite possibly, the most widely heard post-performance discussion in theatre history. Well, the last few minutes were anyway. Last week Jeremy O Harris,...

For enthusiasts of world theatre, the work funded by one country’s arts council will have repeatedly caught the eye in recent years. As many countries...

Every day, . One day, . Because of that, . Because of that, . Until finally, . That sequence is the most basic rendering...

The policy of ‘no exchanges or refunds’ no longer serves the people who buy theatre tickets. Richard Howle argues that new guidance from the...

As a corollary to Lyn Gardner’s excellent observation that ‘theatre needs more late starters’, it is alarming to see most university jobs for teaching...

Last week, the world said goodbye to the inimitable Jonathan Miller, a true polymath, whose talents stretched into art history, sculpture and neuropsychology. On top...

The story of Andrew Aldis, the general manager of Bridlington Spa who claims he was sacked after refusing to take a pay cut, encapsulates...

When I first entered theatre, there was a feeling that to be accepted, you had to be part of the social circles that partied....

There are two types of silence in musical theatre. The first – and worst – I experienced at a performance (there weren’t many) of...

It’s election time! Famous actors, musicians and artists have been on the telly, pounding the streets, and rallying the troops for their favoured political...
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