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Edinburgh Royal Lyceum Theatre

One of the many strengths of Scots Makar Jackie Kay’s poetry is its accessibility, and that’s a quality Tanika Gupta borrows in abundance in...

Harriet Mackie has been appointed producer at the Old Vic. Mackie joins from the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, where she has been senior producer...

Actually – Trafalgar Studios, London Anna Ziegler’s last play in the UK was Photograph 51, starring Nicole Kidman. Her 2017 play about race, consent and...

Fela Kuti, the revolutionary Nigerian band leader who invented Afrobeat, was imprisoned for his anti-authoritarian music but had a decidedly dodgy attitude to women,...

One of the rules of Milo Rau’s manifesto for NTGent states that the goal of theatre is not to depict the world, but to...

“Ah’m nae angel,” sneers Andy Clark’s Tartuffe, one of theatre’s great con artists, as he attempts to downplay his own manipulative awfulness and gaslight...

The Worst Witch – Vaudeville Theatre, London Emma Reeves’ ambitious adaptation of Jill Murphy’s much-loved novels about Mildred Hubble and her experiences at Miss Cackle’s Academy...

Zinnie Harris has filleted John Webster’s great Jacobean revenge tragedy in a slick and streamlined adaptation. This is all lean meat and, in her...

The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil – Eden Court, Inverness A new National Theatre of Scotland tour of this iconic piece of...
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