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Blanche McIntyre

Alan Ayckbourn's earliest theatrical trilogy The Norman Conquests premiered at Scarborough in 1973 before becoming a long-running West End success. It remains a theatrically...

As her latest production for the Royal Shakespeare Company prepares to open, the director tells Holly Williams about the struggles of portraying violence towards...

One of the themes of Puccini’s masterwork, Tosca, is the powerlessness of an ordinary person who gets caught up in the machinery of an...

The boulevard comedies of 20th century French writer Jean Anouilh have all but disappeared from trace in the English theatre, with the possible exception...

Jonathan Pryce will play Shylock in The Merchant of Venice as part of Shakespeare's Globe's summer season, which also includes As You Like It,...

Going to the theatre is partly a job for me, of course, but it remains (at least most of the time and above all)...

A new touring production of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia is to be one of the first shows to benefit from the government’s theatre tax relief...

Southampton’s Nuffield Theatre is to co-produce a collection of nine one-act plays by Noel Coward next year with English Touring Theatre as part of...

I often bemoan the state of cabaret in London – which is one of my favourite art forms, combining two of my passions: singers...
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