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The ever-engaging BalletBoyz – no strangers to putting their work on the small screen – kick-start Sadler’s Wells’ digital dance output with Deluxe, made...

Under the artistic directorship of Chris Sonnex, the Bunker – winner of fringe theatre of the year at The Stage Awards – has made...

This is the way it’s going to be from now on. Sitting on your sofa in pairs or alone watching a screen. While Theatre...

Richard Alston’s distinctive style contains within it an echo of the early days of UK modern dance, but also a choreographic voice that has been...

Sound and silence are hugely significant to writer and performer Sophie Woolley. Born a hearing child to a deaf mother, she lost her own...

Noël Coward’s 1947 play Peace in Our Time opens with the BBC informing the public that the Nazis have won the Battle of Britain...

Despite Absurd Person Singular being set across three successive Christmases, it takes until the final act of London Classic Theatre’s production for any hint...

Inspired by Paul Gauguin’s time in Tahiti, Tom Littler’s streamlined staging of The Tempest maroons its characters on an island in the South Pacific...

Northern Ballet celebrates its 50th anniversary in boldly adventurous style with a new narrative work by company-reared choreographer Kenneth Tindall. Geisha is a carefully...

When Neil Simon’s first major hit, Barefoot in the Park, appeared on Broadway in 1963, its youthful, urbane wit and freshness was indicative of...

Playwright Andy Walker first encountered Stuart Cardy when he was researching a film about the Falklands War. Cardy was a veteran of the conflict...

It’s usual for a company to leave some space between one production of a classic work and another, but Joe Hill-Gibbins’ new Marriage of...
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