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Production notebooks belonging to Samuel Beckett, letters written by JB Priestley from the First World War front line and an uncensored version of Joe...

The National Youth Theatre’s revival of Peter Terson’s 1960s terraces-set musical marks its 50th anniversary. Nick Smurthwaite looks back at the birth of the...

As the National Theatre prepares to revive Follies for its first full staging in three decades, Nick Smurthwaite looks at the inspiration behind Stephen...

Fifty years after his brutal murder, the playwright’s darkly comic creation is returning to the stage in its original, uncensored form for the first...

Darlington Hippodrome has unveiled a new exhibition celebrating the history and architecture of its Edwardian building, as it prepares to reopen after a £11.7...

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution will name a boat after Enid Foster, the British Theatre Association and Garrick Club librarian who died in 2005. Foster...

Long known as the venue where West End royalty go to see and be seen, the Ivy has reinvented itself for each generation, as...

Noel Coward Estate manager Alan Brodie tells Nick Smurthwaite how its newly released letters, home movies and photographs gives a startling insight into ‘one...

Built several years before the outbreak of the First World War, Portsmouth’s Kings Theatre is delving into its past and reviving a play produced...
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