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In the April 29 edition of The Stage, we reported on former Edinburgh International Festival director John Drummond launching an attack on British theatre...

The north London home of experimental theatre is celebrating its 25th anniversary in good shape and with a healthy roster of challenging new work,...

In April 1969, The Stage and Television Today (as we were then known) reported: “Théatre de la Cité opens World Theatre Season".  A “powerful and moving”...

As the award-winning musical returns to the West End for a 50th anniversary revival, Nick Smurthwaite catches up with Ruth Silvestre, the last surviving...

In 1959, The Stage and Television Today (as we were then known) reported on how “COLOUR TELEVISION IS NOT QUITE AS FAR AWAY AS...

As Melvyn Bragg and Howard Goodall’s award-winning musical gets a new revival, Nick Smurthwaite charts its journey in the 35 years since its West...

25 years ago (April 7, 1994) The curse of ‘the Scottish play’ is a long-established theatrical tradition. From Macbeth’s first staging in approximately 1606, when...

A new exhibition at the V&A documents the work of the acclaimed photographer. Nick Smurthwaite finds out how a chance meeting with Harold Pinter...

Half a century ago this week, we reported that Trevor Nunn’s first season programmed as artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company was due...
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