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Waiting in queues is usually dull. But on the fringe, I love queues, largely because they are such a terrific source of unexpected information. There...

West End stars including Michael Xavier and Emma Williams are calling on producers to reintroduce pre-show audio announcements when understudies are performing. The calls have...

Twenty years ago, the standing ovation was almost unheard of in British theatre. Even on press nights, giving a standing ovation was the exception...

The Stage criticism survey makes for fascinating reading, and I don’t say that because I and other writers for The Stage did well in...

A toolkit aimed at helping arts organisations strengthen their relationships with audiences is being launched. Led by Arts Council England, the Impact and Insight Toolkit...

Arts Council England chair Nicholas Serota outlines its new Impact and Insight Toolkit, released today, which aims to help arts organisations relate more closely...

Some theatre is like a haunting. It is a prickle down the spine, a sense that you are watching something uncanny, something that will...

Theatres are regularly criticised as unwelcoming places for working-class people. Christopher Haydon argues that the industry needs to take decisive action to bring audiences...

Regional theatre attendance has fallen in the past year, as has the total taken at the box office, according to new figures. The latest figures...
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