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Leading women in theatre have met Arts Council England chair Nicholas Serota for a "landmark" gathering aimed at driving forward the fight against female...

Pantomime is a uniquely British institution. A panto that isn’t rude, vulgar, raucous, smutty and mildly offensive isn’t a panto, it’s anaesthetised cruise ship...

Mel Brooks’ musical version of his 1967 film debut was such a success because it got so many things right. Its standout central conceit...

There’s a paradox at the heart of Fiddler on the Roof. While the show keeps coming back to this idea that progress is inevitable...

There’s still no better, or more bitter, attack on austerity and inequality than A Christmas Carol. Returning after its success last year Jack Thorne...

The Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse is no longer part of Arts Council England's national portfolio, with the theatre admitting that its failed repertory project...

The capital’s audiences have enjoyed a golden age of drama recently but elsewhere the picture is less rosy. Fiery Angel’s Edward Snape urges the...

Leading artistic directors working in regional theatre have claimed that performers are increasingly turning down work across the country to keep themselves available for...

Making the decision to cut a favourite part of your creative project, whether for clarity of storytelling, to remove a joke that doesn’t work...

Matthew Dunster’s production of True West, the first major London revival of Sam Shepard’s work since his death last July, demonstrates that not only was...
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