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children's theatre

Acclaimed children’s playwright David Wood has warned that young theatre audiences are becoming more middle-class because fewer schools are organising trips to shows. Wood said...

After 40 years running Polka Theatre, Stephen Midlane is retiring. He tells Lyn Gardner about working with world-famous children’s authors, why it’s crucial schools...

There's lashings of fun and heaps of inventive adventure to be had in Gobbledigook Theatre's hands-on adaptation of Enid Blyton's Famous Five. George, Dick, Anne...

One of my favourite journalists recently observed: “I thought I saw Vince Cable at the theatre and then I remembered that everyone at the...

A children's theatre is being set up at the back of a bookshop in north London. Pickled Pepper Books has been operating since 2012 in...

Despite his diminutive size, Barry Chuckle was one of the titans of children’s television over the last three decades. As one half of the...

An online course for chaperones who work with children in theatre has been launched aimed at making them “fully equipped” to look after the...

After making her name as a director adapting much-loved, classic stories, Sally Cookson is now bringing a contemporary novel to the stage. She walks...

Edward Johnson is an associate producer at Adam Blanshay Productions, which helped bring Angels in America to Broadway. He tells Giverny Masso about the...
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