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OPINION

Outside Avignon station, a French bulldog was (I kid you not) cocking its leg against a poster for an English-language production entitled Brexit. It...

Allelujah! It’s a new play by Alan Bennett. The nation’s most beloved dramatist is back after a six-year hiatus with a new work about...

It's a bittersweet fact that Lyn Gardner topped the lists of both the most regularly read and most valued critics from respondents to the...

A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald declared that the director of Opera Australia "is staking much of the future and reputation of...

Book, film, play. Like fellow classics of contemporary children’s literature War Horse and Harry Potter before it, Patrick Ness’ A Monster Calls has finally...

Have we got to the point where some theatre classics are unstageable, or at least only stageable with significant editing? A few weeks ago, I returned...

When I joined The Stage nearly 15 years ago, I wanted to be a theatre critic. It took me one week and two press...

Spare a thought for the dancers of the Australian Ballet company, who this week found themselves plunged into darkness mid-performance. How so, you ask? Was...

Tabard likes a happy news story. They’re few and far between in this day and age, let’s be honest. So when something positive comes...

Your article highlighting the under-representation of disabled students in UK drama schools makes a number of valid and timely points. However, it fails to reflect...

When The King and I opened at the London Palladium earlier this month, more than one critic trotted out the current favourite critical shorthand,...
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