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TABARD

It doesn’t take a genius to work out what irritates theatregoers the most, but, fortunately for us, website Super Break has carried out research...

Our associate editor Mark Shenton is a prolific campaigner. If he’s not doing his bit to stamp out unruly behaviour at the theatre, he’s...

Never work with children, hey? Or maybe do. Remember Tim Howar – he who made headlines in February when he had to dash during...

London’s Drury Lane may be home to one of the West End’s biggest theatres, but now also one of its smallest. With a maximum...

Brexit has been the source of inspiration for many an artist since the fateful referendum on June 23, 2016. Countless theatremakers have tried to...

As the Edinburgh Fringe continues to bulldoze us through August, familiar tropes start to emerge. The aggressive social media campaigns have hit full throttle, with...

“The pound of flesh, which I demand of him, is deeply bought. ’Tis mine, and I will have it,” says Shylock in the fourth...

Tabard enjoys a good selfie. Who doesn’t? But who have thought that a mum’s ‘toilet selfies’ would end up inspiring the Mayflower Theatre in...

Spare a thought for those unfortunates who can’t escape the heat this summer. Tabard knows there are some poor creatures who just can’t stay...

Can a theatre be cursed? Well, no, but it can certainly develop a bad whiff about it. Soon after I started at The Stage, there was...

Andrew Lloyd Webber has tried it – twice. Madonna has tried it, and no one was particularly impressed. What is Tabard talking about? Nothing...

Theresa May is normally busy running the country and trying to negotiate a Brexit deal. Good luck with that one, by the way. And...
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