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Donmar Warehouse. Photo: Johan Persson Donmar Warehouse. Photo: Johan Persson

Donmar Warehouse

The Donmar Warehouse is a theatre based in Covent Garden, London. The venue has been led by Sam Mendes, Michael Grandage, and the present artistic director Josie Rourke and executive producer Kate Pakenham. Previous productions include Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Saint Joan starring Gemma Arterton, and an all-female Shakespeare trilogy.

London’s Southbank Centre has announced it will no longer advertise with the Daily Mail following a controversial column published by the paper. The arts venue,...

Linda Bassett has withdrawn from the Donmar Warehouse's production of The Way of the World due to personal reasons. She will be replaced in the...

Peter Gill’s 2001 play is a masterpiece of subtext – appropriate for a play about directors and actors since subtext is their stock-in-trade. Set on...

Actor Sheila Atim has urged theatre companies to avoid approaching diversity as a tokenistic “tick-box” exercise, claiming proper change requires a different mindset from...

I was a fan of Josie Rourke and her regime at the Donmar Warehouse. She and executive director Kate Pakenham took a venue that...

The Donmar Warehouse’s all-female Shakespeare trilogy is to be shown on the BBC later this year. The trilogy, comprising Julius Caesar, Henry IV and The...

Another shifting of the tectonic plates of London’s premier league theatres took place last week with the announcement of the planned 2019 departure of...

The National Theatre has appointed Alastair Coomer as its new head of casting. Coomer will replace Wendy Spon, who leaves the National in March after...

Donmar Warehouse artistic director Josie Rourke is to step down from the role in 2019 after eight years, with executive producer Kate Pakenham leaving...
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