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Theresa May's latest Brexit plans will "strangle the supply of vital talent" coming into the UK and cause a "bureaucratic nightmare" for touring shows,...

Six years after the Italian Theatre Institute was abolished, theatremakers from the south are taking matters into their own hands to bring work to...

Now in its 52nd year, BITEF continues to support cutting-edge theatre trends. Natasha Tripney reports from this year’s festival, which explores nationalism and the...

Good Chance Theatre is partnering with the Museum of Immigration in Paris to open a pop-up performance space that will be programmed by refugees. The...

Schaubuhne touring show cancelled CHINA/BEIJING The next stage of a tour of Enemy of the People by Berlin’s Schaubuhne theatre in China has been cancelled at...

Founded in 2016, the Cervantes Theatre is the only venue in London producing plays simultaneously in two languages. Its associate director tells Nick Awde...

Lepage’s play Kanata to go ahead in Paris FRANCE/PARIS Robert Lepage’s controversial play Kanata is to be produced by Paris’ Theatre du Soleil. The yet-to-be-staged production...

Mozart’s Don Giovanni, a full staging of Shakespeare’s Henry V, plus a carnival of fringe events – the Florentine festival with opera at its...

Celebrating Samuel Beckett and Brian Friel, Arts Over Borders presents site-specific events in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Jane Coyle discovers...
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