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David Greig’s 2011 play tells the story of a straight-laced academic whose conference trip to Kelso veers disturbingly into the unknown. Anna Marsland’s revival for...

Although ostensibly about a colliery band aiming to reach the national brass band championships, Brassed Off is a deeply political piece about the declining...

Whether you aspire to be an actor or work backstage, youth theatres can be more than just the stepping stone to a successful career...

Lizzie Nunnery’s 2007 play Intemperance is set within the Irish community in 1854 Liverpool. A single dour room houses five members of an immigrant...

In Patrick Barlow’s Olivier-winning 2005 reworking of the classic John Buchan spy caper, pretty much everything – even death – is a potential source...

In Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice and Benedick are at “merry war”. Director Conrad Nelson takes the concept of wartime amusement and runs with...

The New Vic's adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic is full of gentle whimsy and clever stagecraft. The cast of accomplished actor-musicians begins with a...

Theatre by the Lake in Keswick and Belfast's Grand Opera House are among the 12 regional winners of the UK's Most Welcoming Theatre Award...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of End of the Pier at...
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