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If you thought you had to pay top prices to hear opera, think again. Tabard has come across a way to hear arias being...

Tabard has spent the past few days wondering whether Theatreland has been struck by a mischievous, havoc-wreaking poltergeist. First, the Lyric Hammersmith’s revival of Noises...

Most famous actors will have a good tale or two to tell about encounters with over-enthusiastic fans. However, Robert Lindsay can probably trump them all...

The Stage has unwittingly found itself at the centre of a media storm over the Boris Johnson domestic disturbance. Tabard should explain. Police were recently...

The world feels depressing sometimes, doesn’t it? Brexit’s a mess, party politics is messier, and the blissful summer we needed – and let’s face...

Actors without an agent will go to all kinds of lengths to secure their standing in the industry, often taking the initiative to create...

Tabard hears complaints on almost a daily basis of pesky audience members interrupting performances with their mobile phones. Andrew Scott has previously blamed middle-aged patrons...

Watching Eurovision on Saturday evening, one might have been under the impression Su Pollard was a last-minute entry. The Ukranian entry was definitely wearing...

Just last week, we welcomed the news that two giants of cinema are being given the musical theatre treatment. The adaptation of 1980s cult...

Tabard is well aware of the lengths superfans will go to in order to mark their dedication to a star. These may include standing...

And so to the launch of & Juliet, a new musical that is opening later this year in the West End. Attendees were handed...

Tabard is used to noisy audiences. And anyone who’s ever been to see Dirty Dancing – the Classic Story on Stage will know how...
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