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Ivo van Hove

Theatre critic Kenneth Tynan once described Guys and Dolls as the greatest work of American drama after Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Whether...

Czech composer Janacek began The Diary of One Who Disappeared in August 1917, shortly after his fateful meeting with Kamila Stosslova, a married woman...

There are only two shows nominated for the Tony award for best musical revival this Sunday: Kiss Me, Kate and Oklahoma!. It reminds me...

His hit production of Yerma starring Billie Piper caused a stir, now Simon Stone is bringing his radical version of Medea, based on real-life...

All About Eve and When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other were two of London’s most anticipated plays of 2019, but when it comes to the...

Something of a dream team has been assembled for this stage adaptation of Joseph Mankiewicz’s 1950 black-and-white classic film about a Broadway icon and...

As a film, All About Eve is pretty close to perfect. Written and directed by Joseph L Mankiewicz in 1950, it’s one of the best...

Sometimes I think blinking is the most important thing in theatre. Maybe more than anything else, artists need the ability to shut their eyes...

As the Oscar-nominated French actor takes to the London stage to read the works of the Marquis de Sade, she talks to Nick Clark...
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