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Tabard would like to raise awareness of a heart-rending new charitable appeal that puts personal hardships into perspective. The Royal Opera House has launched a...

Sometimes going to the theatre is a pleasure and at other times it’s total torture. But at least most of us get to decide...

Readers with a heart, a soul and a taste for stunning prose will remember Tabard’s foray into playwriting two weeks ago. An extract, for your...

With Easter just around the corner, Tabard knew you would be wondering what the most stagey, chocolate-based Easter treat 2017 has got up its...

“Give us back women’s loos for ALL women” is the cry that echoed from the bowels of the Twittersphere last week. Our WC warrior came...

Mancunian crooner Gary Barlow is the Eeyore of pop – loveable, but dour – who has of late made a number of forays into...

Picture the scene: the curtain rises on a typical 1950s American home. A woman in her mid-20s – let’s call her Cindy – is...

It all started with Arlene Phillips announcing, with characteristic enthusiasm, Arlene! The Glitz. The Glamour. The Gossip. In the one-woman show, Arlene! will take...

As if seeing your favourite star on dry land weren’t enough, the wave of self-publicising shows became a tsunami as news emerged that David...

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,...
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