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He started out creating fireballs, now he’s designed a moving ice-cream van for Mother Courage. Royal Exchange props expert Andy Bubble tells Chris Bartlett...

An £8,000 playwriting award has been launched to "further the ambitions" of budding writers working in front-of-house, backstage, administrative and creative roles in theatre. The...

I sometimes ask myself: if there came a magical time when money was plentiful, budgets were not being squeezed and we wanted to increase...

Making her solo West End debut with the stage version of 9 to 5 the Musical, the award-winning choreographer’s star continues to rise. Lisa...

One of the upsides of being a deputy stage manager in a producing theatre is that the work can vary so much on a...

Any way you look at it, and whatever your political views, March is shaping up to be quite the debacle from which you could...

If theatremakers need an animal for the stage, they ask Des Jordan, founder of Performing Pets. He tells Fergus Morgan how almost anything can...

As a deputy stage manager, my primary responsibility during the running of a show is calling all the technical elements. So, in a world...

As the NT’s senior armourer, Paul Wanklin is in charge of the firearms and blades used on its stages, but he is also responsible...
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