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Greenwich and Docklands International Festival

There’s a real sense of dynamism built into this year’s Greenwich and Docklands International Festival programme, which spreads its line-up of eclectic outdoor performances...

Sea Wall – Old Vic Theatre, London When it was first staged at the old Bush Theatre in 2008, Andrew Scott was astonishing in Simon Stephens’ moving monologue...

The festival season is upon us. The Brighton Festival is blooming on the south coast, Mayfest starts shortly in Bristol with a great line-up,...

Outdoor touring company Without Walls has announced 13 new commissions following an open call. These include a national tour to UK festivals of Rosie Kay...

“I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage,” wrote Peter Brook in his famed 1968 book The Empty Space. You can....

In summer, the arts take on a different complexion. Instead of a way of life, they become a destination, with cities and venues up...

For 21 years, Bradley Hemmings has presided over the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. “We’re on the crest of a rising tide of hunger...

Theatre began outdoors: stories told under the sun, under the stars. Over the centuries we’ve put walls around it, a roof over it, but...

Set against the impressive backdrop of Woolwich’s Royal Artillery Barracks, under a bewitching full moon, this night-time show has everything the Greenwich and Docklands...
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