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OPINION

Thought all that preparation for the arrival of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR – on May 28 last year was...

It is vitally important for anyone in theatre to take stock of their career accomplishments. Theatre can be a cut-throat industry, and most people don’t...

Ambassador Theatre Group chief executive Mark Cornell has claimed theatres should look to cinemas to improve the experiences of theatregoers. He said audiences are...

Who’d have guessed with all the rain, but summer solstice has been and gone. Which means only one thing for an actor – holiday...

What does the play Education, Education, Education – currently at Trafalgar Studios – have in common with Touching the Void, set to open at...

Incoming Festival – New Diorama Theatre, London; Home, Manchester; Tobacco Factory, Bristol The festival of emerging work continues to expand, now playing across three cities...

The Light in the Piazza has taken a long time to shine on a British stage. Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s musical opened on...

By the far the most galling thing about David Mamet’s new play Bitter Wheat – and, believe me, there are many galling things about...

Just before the Tony Awards, an academic paper found 15 minutes of fame. In it, academics from New York University and Lund University in...

Bitter Wheat is not a play about Harvey Weinstein. Absolutely not. David Mamet’s play is actually about Barney Fein, a manipulative movie mogul who...

Is Broadway currently more buoyant than the West End? It’s a question posed every year in the post-Tony Awards analysis. Though some Broadway pundits...

If theatres believe in the value of diverse audiences and are passionate about programming work that looks like Britain today, they should encourage existing...
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