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OPINION

Are all great iconoclasts doomed to become icons? The titanic British theatremaker Joan Littlewood more or less gave up on the stage after the 1975...

The Writer – Almeida Theatre, London Ella Hickson, whose past work includes Precious Little Talent, Boys and 2016’s Oil, returns to the Almeida with a new...

Many happy returns to William Shakespeare: 454 years after his birth the playwright still dominates British theatre and culture. He is one of our...

Brace yourself – here comes the next mega-hit jukebox musical. Tina, which opened with a bang in the West End this week and looks...

From London to Texas, non-profit theatres are cleaning up the fallout from sexual misconduct allegations. After the revelations and resignations, leadership searches are underway...

When Martyna Majok's play Cost of Living was announced as the recipient of this year's Pulitzer Prize for Drama earlier this week, audiences in...

“You already know you're going to love it!" proclaims the advertising slogan for Mamma Mia!, now heading for its 20th anniversary in the West...

Over the past few weeks, our news has been preoccupied with the spiralling violence against young people on London’s streets this year. Among the reports...

Revivals of Oscar Wilde’s deathless comedy warhorse The Importance of Being Earnest are not exactly uncommon: there were different West End productions in 2014...

At the Olivier Awards earlier this month, people wanted to talk about only one thing. It wasn’t the abysmal weather, nor how many awards...

While Theatre Royal Stratford East’s incoming artistic director is keen to usher in a new era, its former publicist Mark Borkowski warns against airbrushing...

I’ve only just caught up with the debate on seat prices and access (‘Think West End tickets are overpriced? Think again’, March 29). But...
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