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OPINION

The travails of arts criticism have been well chronicled, but the constantly shifting sands and changing players in the US warrant a status update. These...

We critics have long accepted our role in the forever-hungry theatre publicity machine. In return for the access we are (mostly) freely given to...

Peter Pan – Hippodrome, Birmingham ‪December 19 - January 27‬ Matt Slack, ‪Jimmy Osmond‬, Meera Syal Before the season at the London Palladium, the jewel in Qdos...

Is this the next globe-trotting, all-conquering, chart-topping US musical sensation? Anais Mitchell’s Hadestown has taken a long time to reach the big time, starting...

After writing about two new musicals that have become theatrical success stories – Six and Be More Chill – I wanted to look at...

Plans are afoot for a new centre for cultural research – but what should it investigate? James Doeser has some ideas of his own about...

As Mark Shenton rightly observes in his column this week, Ian McKellen’s 80-stop tour of the UK is a “major statement of intent” for...

In challenging times like these, great theatre organisations need strong governance (Editor’s View, November 8). UK Theatre and the Society of London Theatre are steering this essential conversation...

Tabard has lost count of the number of times one has spoken with performers who have been angered at the casual use of the...

Pinter at the Pinter, Jamie Lloyd’s star-studded West End season of one-act Harold Pinter plays at the theatre named after the legendary playwright, continues...

Ian McKellen, who has recently completed a West End run in the titanic role of King Lear and is approaching his 80th birthday, isn’t...
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