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Three weeks ago a new cast took over the lead roles of the most important theatrical event of a generation, Harry Potter and the...

The Regent's Park summer musical has long been a fixture at the Open Air Theatre, but its increasing importance to the repertoire sees it...

Terence Rattigan’s After the Dance is a bit of a curate’s egg. Premiering in 1939, it ran for only short time and was neglected...

If I could take the entire Parliamentary Labour Party to see Luke Wright's new verse play, I would. The Bungay-based performance poet's last one-man show,...

The inspiration for Jonathan Dove’s opera The Day After, being given its UK premiere by English National Opera, is the Greek myth of Phaeton,...

Last seen in the West End in 1992, Annie Get Your Gun has been more recently revived at the Young Vic in 2009 and...

As the first of two casts takes to the stage for Donizetti’s heart-warming comedy about a fake love potion, Daniel Dooner’s revival maintains high-res...

An Octoroon is America's Red Velvet. Sort of. Like Lolita Chakrabarti's 2012 play, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' OBIE-winning 2014 work finds a black presence in 19th-century theatre –...

The historical roots of Scotland's religious divisions are the inspiration for Linda McLean's Glory on Earth, which examines the relationship between the young Catholic...
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