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Julian Fellowes

It’s impressive, in a way, to see a version of The Wind in the Willows so utterly devoid of nature. Kenneth Grahame’s classic children’s...

From casting controversies to a snack crackdown, we look back at February’s biggest stories. The row about diversity in the cast of musical Half A...

Having read both Matthew Hemley (‘Camp cliches and all-white casts? Welcome to musical theatre in 2016’, thestage.co.uk, November 18) and Mark Shenton (column, February...

There’s only one thing guaranteed to give you more of a laugh than Julian Fellowes’ comments on diversity, and that’s the comments below the...

I can almost see Julian Fellowes’ point when he defends all-white casting in Half a Sixpence. He goes on to say that the musical...

If you go to see Half a Sixpence, you will see as many banjos as The Music Man has trombones. But something is missing,...

More than half of respondents to a poll conducted by The Stage do not think that casting for a period production needs to reflect...

Julian Fellowes has backtracked on his claims that the West End production of Half a Sixpence should be all-white to reflect historical truth, admitting...

Julian Fellowes has claimed period stage productions have less of a responsibility to employ diverse casts than shows set in the modern day. He also...
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