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What with the barney over Boris’ bungled brainstorm to get Big Ben’s bells to bong on Brexit day, you’d be forgiven for being sick...

There are certain risks associated with going to the theatre. These might include sore knees from the lack of leg space or having your experience...

Readers, you may not have noticed – it hasn’t been covered widely – but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, have...

Christmas may have come and gone quicker than an audience sitting down to watch the Cats film, but pantomime hasn’t yet finished for the...

Poor old Will Shakespeare must be turning in his grave. Tabard has seen the results of a new survey, which don't paint a great...

When loved ones pass away, there are many unique ways in which relatives choose to honour their memories. Food writer Jay Rayner certainly gave...

Last week, the world said goodbye to the inimitable Jonathan Miller, a true polymath, whose talents stretched into art history, sculpture and neuropsychology. On top...

A pantomime dame is vying to be become Exeter’s MP in next month’s general election. Oh no, she isn’t! Oh yes, she is! Oh...

Over the years, Tabard has heard all kinds of stories about poor audience behaviour. A particular favourite is the lady who attempted to “discreetly”...

From bomb shelters to bingo halls, theatres have had their fair share of alternative uses over the years, but none more outlandish than the...

And the Olivier for longest time to transfer a show goes to… City of Angels! Yes, Tabard was amazed this week to read that the Donmar...

A bit of yin and yang for you this week, readers. The Royal Exchange in Manchester was the victim of a depressing and cruel...
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