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Festival

A new winter festival that will include theatre and other entertainment programming is launching in London this year. The inaugural Greenwich Wintertime Festival will take...

The Dublin Theatre Festival returns to commandeer every stage in sight, the lead of its host of headliners being Conor McPherson’s The Night Alive. Set...

Efforts to find Israeli theatre company Incubator a new space to perform in following protests outside its original venue at this year’s Edinburgh Festival...

New plays by Tom Murphy, Mark O’Rowe and Hugo Hamilton together with the Irish premiere of Schaubuhne Berlin’s acclaimed Hamlet for six actors form...

Edinburgh fringe venue St Stephen’s has been bought by a local businessman and will be run as a community and arts centre managed by...

Germany’s renowned Schaubuhne Berlin theatre company is to make its first visit to Northern Ireland as part of this year’s Ulster Bank Belfast Festival...

Sean Doran talks to Jane Coyle about what festival goers can expect from this year's Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival The island town of...

The Greenwich and Docklands International Festival has become one of London’s most popular events with an audience of 85,000 last year. Rebecca Gordon meets its artistic director Bradley Hemmings and hears this year’s plans for the kind of large-scale productions for which the festival has become renowned
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