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Lyn Gardner

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

When I last checked the change.org website, 1,700 people had signed a petition calling for Cameron Mackintosh to retain the original West End production...

If you want a glimpse of the future of British theatre then perhaps the best thing to do with this year’s The Stage 100,...

Well blow me down, it looks as if the ground is starting to shift. The welcome appointment of Matthew Xia to head up Actors...

Last week in the Guardian, journalist Sam Leith wrote in praise of “difficult” novels. The piece was in response to coverage of this year’s...

A few weeks ago, I was in Athens for the British Council. I had a ticket to see the Greek National Theatre’s staging of...

Marianne Elliott’s re-imagining and re-gendering of Company is a five-star triumph. It’s not just the way that bachelor Bobby seamlessly becomes Bobbie – a...

At the reopening of the Battersea Arts Centre Grand Hall a few weeks back, artistic director David Jubb talked eloquently about how much the...

On almost my final day in Edinburgh, I went to see Samira Elagoz’s Cock, Cock…Who’s There? at Summerhall, which was part of the Start...
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