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TABARD

Tabard likes a site-specific piece as much as the next man, but a performance of The Cherry Orchard did catch his attention this week. Where...

Sixty years is a long time. It’s the sort of time frame that could do funny things to your mind. Take producer Paul Elliott,...

Tabard hopes next year’s Olivier Awards will introduce a new category: best understudy in a show they weren’t meant to be understudying. Let me...

TV presenter, Britain’s Got Talent judge and actor Amanda Holden has dipped her toes into a variety of performance roles. Take Princess Fiona in Shrek...

For those who have seen Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it will have escaped precisely no one’s notice that it is merchandise-tastic. Now,...

It’s been a politically turbulent few months for Equity, as members have been divided on what some liken to the union’s own version of...

It was all glitz and glamour this week at Leicester Curve (when isn’t it?) as the theatre launched its new season with a special...

Some of us can’t look at Anthony Hopkins without seeing Hannibal Lecter, so convincing was he in the role of the flesh-eating serial killer....

Spare a thought for the good people of Strode Theatre in Somerset, who this week had to say goodbye to Harvey, the venue’s resident...

Tabard likes a good ballet. But up until now the only ones that he’s seen are your Nutcrackers and your Sleeping Beauties. All fairly...

There is nothing like a dame. Or so they say. And last week two of them were in attendance at the Acting for Others...

Let’s face it, few people who have been to see 42nd Street in the West End don’t come out singing one of its many...
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