TABARD

Have you ever wondered if animals enjoy theatre? Nope, me neither. But if ever there’s a question approximately five people have ever asked, you...

Tabard was pleased to see a legend from the past stepping once more into the limelight this week to support theatre. Michael Parkinson, the...

This week in Leicester, a production of Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw has resurrected the dead. They’ve not dug up Richard III again,...

The Oliviers are the pinnacle of theatrical achievement. An awards ceremony of this calibre demands only the finest host: someone with poise and panache,...

Schools are the focus of Equity’s charity efforts this month, as the union has announced that its latest fundraising endeavour will raise money for...

Like any theatregoer with a heart, Tabard has been known to well up at the transcendent beauty of some of Shakespeare’s poetry. Our nation’s...

Tabard can’t help thinking that the Bunker in London has overestimated the amount of offstage action that theatre critics get. At the press night for...

Speaking of critics, poor old Dominic Cavendish is giving a voice to the voiceless, isn’t he? Now, bless him, the Telegraph’s theatre critic has got...

Now, dear reader, you may remember when Tabard recently brought you the news of romantic plans to stage a marriage proposal during the opening...

Audiences can be troublesome, can’t they? Sometimes they just don’t know how to behave. Tabard recalls going to a performance of Dirty Dancing in...

Lloyd Webber’s tunes may not be a hit in the bedroom, but that hasn’t stopped him branching out into other spheres of your life. Don’t...

Musicals have been on Tabard’s mind this week. They’ve a lot to answer for, it seems. In the same week that fast food chain...
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