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Belgrade Theatre

Coventry's Belgrade Theatre is to undergo a £4.6 million redevelopment, which will see the first major refurb of the auditorium in the venue's 60-year...

The Enemy’s 2007’s platinum-selling album We’ll Live and Die in These Towns definitely had something. An angsty, aggressive edge that catapulted the Coventry three-piece...

Performer and director Connor Alexander is one of the co-founders of Coventry-based theatre company Noctium. He tells Giverny Masso about its latest show Hymns...

Weeks before work begins redeveloping it into a boutique hotel, the old Coventry Evening Telegraph building, closed since 2012, has its swan song sung...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week's highlights include opening nights of The...

Dog isn’t so much man’s best friend as his most cruelly conditioned subordinate in Helena Kaut-Howson’s adaptation of Georgi Vladimov’s novel, Faithful Ruslan. The...

Britain's first black theatre manager will be commemorated with a blue plaque at the site of the theatre he once ran in Coventry. Ira Aldridge,...

You've read the poem, now see the musical. Eric Idle's 1996 novel, on which Dougal Irvine's stage adaptation is based, takes Edward Lear's famous...

“We're pregnant”, says an affluent Londoner, chillingly, to the Indian dairy worker carrying her child. Satinder Chohan's new play for Tamasha, written through the...
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