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Lyn Gardner

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...

Last week, The Stage published a piece I had written that followed a production on the London fringe – The Amber Trap at Theatre503,...

I have a friend who is a doctor. He seldom tells strangers what he does because too often they want to tell him about...

“Let this conversation stop with our generation. Let young people come into this industry and let them talk about something different,” said Adrian Lester...

It is Mother’s Day at the end of the week, which is a good time to speak a little louder about the difficulties of...

Lyn Gardner’s article on the death of the high street struck a chord with us. A huge town centre redevelopment, conceived 20 years ago in better...

All theatre has a context. The shows of Kneehigh mean something different when they play to a local audience in Cornwall than when they tour...

Regular readers know that I love the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Going to Edinburgh feels like restocking the larder. I come away having seen a...

We are what we eat, runs the old cliché. But maybe we are also the sum of our tastes. We often wear our cultural...
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