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Playwright Anthony Neilson has warned that social media can have a “dangerous” impact on the way theatre is received, arguing that it can be...

One thing troubled me about Lyn Gardner’s column on the first Amateur Theatre Fest: the point of view is always and only that of...

Half a century on from the end of official British theatre censorship, Nick Smurthwaite looks at writers and critics who campaigned for freedom of...

Thank you Mark Shenton, Daniel York Loh and Richard Jordan for discussing problematic revivals. There are two broad approaches to this: first, try not to...

An exhibition exploring freedom of expression in the arts has been launched to mark 50 years since state censorship of the British stage was...

I don’t have much patience with Mark Rylance’s doubts about the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays, nor any insight into where these doubts come from...

The Royal Court Theatre in London has vowed that it will stage a play about Tibet that has been at the heart of a...

If you’re headed to the small downtown of New London, Connecticut, one of the few routes available to you is Bank Street, which slopes...

Theatres creating potentially controversial work can now receive training on how to handle sensitive subjects, as part of a new scheme from the Index...
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