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Precarity, pride and power underpin Oli Forsyth’s riveting Kings. It’s both a compassionate political indictment of the contemporary rise in homelessness and an astute...

Four shows from the National Student Drama Festival are to transfer to London’s Incoming Festival in June. The festival, which showcases work by emerging theatre...

Camden People’s Theatre and the New Diorama Theatre have each received £5,000 towards projects that engage their local communities. The money has been awarded by...

London’s New Diorama Theatre has partnered with a nearby charity to provide free rehearsal space for black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee-led theatre companies. As...

Funding focused on people In response to the letter from Martin Trimble (Losing trust in the Arts Council, March 17), we reject the accusation of...

A visceral exploration of a dog-eat-dog financial environment, Run was inspired by the story of a 21-year-old banking intern, who died in 2013 after...

Rhum and Clay’s exuberant tribute to classic detective fiction understands the workings of the genre. Played with mischievous charm by Julian Spooner, Sam Shadow...

A new fund described as the UK’s first ever “bank for theatre companies” has been launched by the New Diorama in London. It is one...

Battersea Arts Centre and the Bush Theatre are among the first recipients of grants from a pioneering new fund for small London theatres, backed...
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