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The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of  Six at the Arts Theatre,...

The Victorians aren’t usually renowned for brevity. These three comediettas (A Winning Hazard, Allow Me to Apologise and Orange Blossoms) by J.P. Wooler would...

Tony Harrison’s anti-war verse drama Square Rounds is an interesting curiosity. Premiered as a technical extravaganza on the National Theatre’s huge Olivier stage in...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Homos at the Finborough Theatre, Little Shop...

Now same-sex marriage is legal, is the struggle for LGBT+ equality over? Has the gay community lost its reason for being in today’s US?...

It’s the law of theatre that if there’s a gun on stage it will go off before the play ends. In Robert Graves’ unperformed...

Arthur Miller’s final play Finishing the Picture explores the manufacturing of female stars in Hollywood and their struggle to find their own agency within...

In 1912, only the most desperate out-of-work theatre actors would have considered slumming it in moving picture shows. By 1928, cinema was established as...

Unperformed professionally since its first West End run, The Biograph Girl depicts stars of the silent movie era. Book writer Warner Brown tells Nick...
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