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While it may not have the slick glossiness of Northern Stage's festive centrepiece, Newcastle's other production of A Christmas Carol certainly wins on location....

Not Too Tame’s touring, immersive adaptation of Cinderella is a godsend for the less pantomime-inclined theatregoer. Written by Luke Barnes, and put together by Not...

It matters not one jot that the story of White Christmas is so thin as to be almost transparent. It’s a glorious excuse to...

Live Theatre’s festive offering is a quartet of new short Christmas-themed plays by young playwrights who are part of the theatre’s Associate Artist new...

There is much in Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate (and its Shakespearean source material for that matter) that does not sit well in 2018....

Ola Ince’s staging of Danai Gurira’s The Convert is one of those rare productions in which every element – performances, direction, design, everything – is...

Before there was Hogwarts, there was Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches. It didn’t have an evil house - that would be silly. It did...

The Wizard of Oz is a joyously ridiculous story enshrined in kitsch pop culture – a family favourite that’s essentially about learning never to...

Don’t kids just say the funniest things? Well, maybe not in Tim Etchells and Forced Entertainment’s show That Night Follows Day – or if...

While David Edgar’s take on A Christmas Carol plays on the Royal Shakespeare Company’s main stage, the Swan is home to Shakespeare’s (and most...

Adapting their 2011 movie Killing Bono – itself an adaptation of music critic Neil McCormick’s only-slightly-bitter memoirs – writers Dick Clement and Ian La...

Alun Armstrong’s Edward is retiring after 45 years at the same comprehensive school - a career which included doling out strokes to rule-breaking boys...
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