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TABARD

Tabard isn’t married and quite often thinks he’d make someone very happy. Which is why he was very disappointed not to see his name...

For some people, getting drunk may be the only way to sit through a musical (Guardian columnist Stuart Heritage springs to mind here, after...

You may think all the melodrama takes place on stage during panto season. Not so in Barrow-in-Furness, where Sleeping Beauty was being staged at the...

Theatre people – they’re a temperamental bunch, aren’t they? And some might say they have too much time on their hands. Some might say...

It’s panto season! Oh yes it is! Oh no it isn’t! Oh…that’s enough of that. But Tabard does love to read of all the families...

It’s that time of year again, when authors are publishing books across all genres in the hope they’ll make it to the top of...

To the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards now, where all the great and good of Theatreland were in attendance. The great and good, and...

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats will close its doors on Broadway at the end of the month. But the end nearly came that little bit...

It’s a scabbard for Tabard this week, as an unusual piece of theatre memorabilia is due to go up for auction next week. To be...

Reading Gaol is probably best known these days for its theatrical heritage, having been the residence of playwright Oscar Wilde after his conviction for...

Spare a thought this week for Nicholas Hytner. Not content with presiding over the temperamental revolve in the problematic Olivier auditorium at the National...

Tabard was hugely entertained this week by a hashtag on Twitter that asked users to ruin musicals by changing one letter of the title....
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