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There is still an “awful long way to go” before female writers are equally represented on stage, playwright Lizzie Nunnery has said. Nunnery, who was...

There are two ways you can experience The Wedding, visual theatre company Gecko’s latest piece; you can either read the brief programme blurb beforehand,...

Returning to Reims, French sociologist Didier Eribon’s 2009 memoir, is astonishingly prescient. Eight years on, Eribon’s analysis of the rise of the far right...

The National Theatre has announced the line-up for its summer River Stage Festival. Cabaret venue the Glory returns to the festival on July 28 to...

Right now there’s a lot of trauma in Manchester following the recent terror attack. Both out in the city and inside Home, everyday life...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week's highlights include the first nights of...

Janet Suzman will star in a revival of Martin Sherman’s one-woman play, Rose, in Manchester later this year. This is the first UK revival of...

When The Jazz Singer announced the arrival of the talkies in 1927, a corner was turned. The medium changed. While this adaption of Paul...

When 90-year-old Liverpudlian ex-sailor Jim Callaghan slips on some concrete in his basement, a crack on the head releases dark recollections of a past Second...
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