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OPINION

Natasha Tripney Future Bodies – Home, Manchester Unlimited Theatre (Am I Dead Yet?) and RashDash (Three Sisters, Two Man Show) – both exhilarating companies – join forces for a...

The essence of theatre is its liveness – that it is a mutable art form, and that plays or musicals will change from performance...

You’re welcome to claim it as a failing of the American educational system, but I made it through university without ever being required to...

During recent weeks, it has seemed that the drama broadcast by television networks has often had little to do with new writing but is instead...

The pay claim submitted by Equity to the Society of London Theatre is, as the union itself acknowledges, an ambitious one. A 6% minimum...

That anyone should be ignored, denied access to or ‘put off’ an artistic workplace because of who they are or where they come from...

I enjoyed Phil Willmott’s article, ‘Top tips on choosing the best fringe venue for you’ (The Half, August 30, p25). However, there was one rather...

It doesn’t take a genius to work out what irritates theatregoers the most, but, fortunately for us, website Super Break has carried out research...

Hit shows are not created in a vacuum, but sometimes they fill one. Success breeds imitation and more success – and some inevitable failures,...

Like the arrival of the John Lewis Christmas advert or chocolate money in the high street, it may feel too soon to be talking...

Last week, Charlene Ford made West End history when she became the first performer to secure a job share on the musical 42nd Street....
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