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This is the second stage adaptation of Alexander Mackendrick's tired old Ealing comedy to reach Ipswich this year, but where Peter Rowe's New Wolsey...

In his memoirs, Arthur Conan Doyle expressed regret for not granting Dr Watson any sense of humour. This unabashedly comic adaptation of The Hound...

"Don't be a prick at Christmas" is the jauntily sung take-home message of Thirty Christmases, Jonny Donahoe's intimate, funny and heartbreaking confessional family drama. The...

What to make of this? Julia Jarcho’s Obie award-winning 2013 three-hander  here making its UK premiere in a lightly immersive staging created by Chloe...

Mike Poulton is the go-to man when it comes adapting plot-dense novels for the stage. Having successfully adapted Hilary Mantel’s Thomas Cromwell novels, Wolf...

It's Rapunzel, but not as we know it. Cambridge Junction's Christmas show, a co-production with Valentina Ceschi and Thomas Eccleshare's Dancing Brick, is a...

Over time, Simon Gray’s Cell Mates has become most famous as the play Stephen Fry disappeared from during its West End run in 1995,...

No panto for Wilton’s this year, though only the most ardent of Roy Hudd fans would begrudge them this sparkling replacement, an adaptation of...

Spare a thought for those valiant souls who staff A&E departments on Christmas Eve. Writers/actors Caroline Curran and Julie Maxwell have done just that,...

Sally Cookson, more than most directors, is able to capture that moment of magic when a child opens a book for the first time...

Black British-based actors like Clarke Peters, Clive Rowe and Sharon D Clarke have previously starred in the National Theatre's 1996 revival of Guys and...

David Edgar’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol is a tale of two men: Ebenezer Scrooge and Charles Dickens. It opens on the author himself...
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