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Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details... Albert Parker is 58...

On March 27, theatres all over the globe will celebrate World Theatre Day in different ways. Many will give free performances; even more will...

Imaginate Festival has announced that it will be renamed the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival as it reveals its 2017 programme. The name change reflects the...

I have just spent the past week at the Adelaide Fringe. It was my 11th visit to the event and this year I also took...

The Critics’ Circle welcomes the news that the government will not proceed with hikes in national insurance contributions for the self-employed. With full-time jobs...

Any story about Russian theatre today is a tale of two cities. Which tale you encounter depends on where you look. On the surface, business...

As a creation of the monolithic European Commission, the European Capital of Culture model has proved remarkably mobile in the way it showcases culture...

What will the future of cultural criticism look like? People keep asking me that. So do many of the cultural organisations I used to write...

Absolutely no one thought the notion of developing a feel-good musical about a good Samaritan story that took place in Gander, Newfoundland, in the...
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