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OPINION

The Royal Court deserves a long and loud round of applause for the way it has responded to revelations about sexual harassment in the...

As Hamilmania exerts its grasp on the UK in the run-up to next week’s official opening night, The Stage can take a bow for...

It's the time of year when critics are busy compiling their 2017 end-of-year reports, offering their round-ups of the best (and sometimes the worst)...

In recent years, the Evening Standard Awards has been accused of rewarding the most famous, if not always the most deserving, performers with a...

One of the most notorious, noxious statements of the pro-Brexit campaign was Michael Gove's infamous declaration: "People in this country have had enough of...

Venus in Fur, the hit Broadway show by US playwright David Ives, ended its first British run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket last Saturday. The sharp two-hander...

Those of us who work in and around theatre like to tell ourselves “the play’s the thing”. But, increasingly, I’m starting to wonder whether...

It's that time of year again. The time of year when I start to question whether some psychotropic substance has found its way into...

To the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards now, where all the great and good of Theatreland were in attendance. The great and good, and...

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats will close its doors on Broadway at the end of the month. But the end nearly came that little bit...

Regarding your poll on how to refer to female performers (Comment, December 7), there is an asymmetry in these terms. ‘Actor’ can mean a female...
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