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It was a shock to see The Stage’s front page headline on October 10. My worst fears were quickly confirmed. It seems Drama Centre is...

It’s fantastic that the Royal Shakespeare Company is ending its sponsorship deal with BP. I often find it hard to marry my passion for theatre...

Michael Billington’s criticism of the standard of Shakespearean acting and directing in British theatre is baffling. I recently attended a brilliant and innovative production...

I am compiling a follow up to my Ken Dodd tribute book Absent Friends to be published in November 2020 and would like to...

Whatever the justification for this move it will inevitably look petty and mean-minded, while the cost savings to English National Opera’s budget will be...

With regard to the open letter ‘Playing Jewish roles on stage’ and subsequent correspondence, I feel impelled to draw attention to Motion 54 submitted...

Following my 19th Edinburgh Festival Fringe, I’ve been wondering what we are all doing and why we are doing it to ourselves. No one seems...

I remember when actors were required to actually act, and when the obsession with representation to the point of absurdity – as in last...

In the past few years, theatre has rightly begun to take a long, hard look at diversity, on and off stage. Theatres, production companies,...

As many people are already aware, the Mercury Theatre, Colchester is currently in the midst of a two-year £9.7 million capital project. This project...

So much of Lyn Gardner’s Long Read on the fringe could have been written in the 1990s, when I was director of the Edinburgh...

The row over US investors threatening to pull cash if they don’t receive an Olivier statuette is stupid. Just because you put money into a...
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